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our "virtual" meeting on
Thursday, October 1st!


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Our annual membership drive began June 1. While it doesn't really end until the next drive begins, membership dues are "due" no later than our September meeting. To renew online or download the 2020-21 form to complete and return, CLICK HERE..



Thursday, October 1st, 2020

Guild Meeting Speaker – Covers for Kids
Lecture: Covers for Kids Facts and Fun

Join us as we peer into the world of Covers for Kids. Ever hear a statistic at the guild meeting like “We delivered 100 quilts this month”? That is truly astounding. We will get an insight into all the moving parts that make
this possible. And some photos of the lovely quilts!

No workshops this month.

Meeting Information for Thursday, October 1st will be emailed to Guild members.


Never participated in a Zoom conference call or meeting?

We think you will find this fun, interesting and easy. While it can be confusing at first, once you're "in", it's a breeze. We HIGHLY recommend looking at the information ahead of time, and ensuring you have the tools needed, rather than waiting until 6:57 p.m. that evening. Ask us how we know that...
If you are using a PC

All you have to do is click on the link provided below or the Zoom icon, then follow the prompts.

If you are using any Apple product:
  • An iPad, an iPhone, or Mac computer/laptop, you will need to install the app first. If you visit the ZOOM website, it will help you get to the appropriate place to get setup, whether that be a download to your Mac from the website to install or a link to the App Store on your mobile device.  Once the app is installed, then click on the link and follow the prompts. 
In advance of the practice meeting, you can also use this link to a YouTube video covering the basics of using Zoom.
If you have any difficulties, please text Bonnie Ambrose at 214-435-5999. 


Thursday, November 5, 2020

Ann Holt

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Endowment Grant Application available annually in spring

Do you know of an organization working to fund a quilt-related project? Since its inception, the QGD Helena Hibbs Endowment Grant has funded a wide range of quilt projects, ranging from oral history to antique quilt conservation to digitizing images of large collections. 

Click here to learn more.

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