PLEASE NOTE: Online new membership and renewals will begin at 12:05 a.m. on Thursday, June 1.
CLICK HERE for a membership form to print, fill out and mail to our membership chairman with your check. The form can be completed online and then printed out to mail.
Make checks payable (in US Dollars) to the Quilter's Guild of Dallas, Inc. PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH THROUGH THE US MAIL.
RETURN COMPLETED FORM AND CHECK TO:
Quilter's Guild of Dallas
P.O. Box 460607
Garland, TX 75046-0607
Note: If renewing at a Guild meeting, credit card payment is available.
The membership year for the Quilter's Guild of Dallas is from September through August.
The dues structure is as follows:
|New or Renewing Member
joining between 09-01-19 and 03-15-20
New or Renewing Member
joining between 03-16-20 and 08-31-20
(includes all Charter members, Past Presidents and others
honored by the Board)
Special Scholarships for Members!
For a limited time the Guild is offering to help YOU take a workshop. After a simple application you could receive up to One Hundred Dollars, that is $100!!, to help cover the tuition for the class. In exchange for the money, you will prepare and present a Lesson of the Month at a Guild meeting. This is brought to you by the Helena Hibbs Memorial Scholarship, which was established to further the education of quilters.
Contact Patty Edwards for more details. Click HERE for a pdf the application to fill out and send to Patty at firstname.lastname@example.org
This is an offer you can’t refuse….. or at least shouldn’t refuse.
What do you get for your membership? Here are a few of the benefits:
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First Thursday of each month, 7:15 pm, Congregation Shearith Israel, 9401 Douglas, 4 blocks north of NW Highway 1 block south of Walnut Hill. The meeting place may change occasionally due to special circumstances, please call if this will be your first visit.
Nationally known speakers as well as the guild’s own talented members lecture and present a variety of informative and stimulating programs related to quilting.
Most of our guest speakers are also accomplished quilt technique teachers, and present workshops for Guild members throughout the year.
Members pay no entry fees to enter their quilts or wearable art in the annual Quilt Celebration show. In addition, volunteer opportunities abound at the show.
A large lending library that has books and videos available to loan to guild members.
QGD Online serves as the main communications vehicle for getting information to all Guild members and is published monthly year-round.. Notices of meeting time, place, and program are always front page news. Inside, you will find information about upcoming workshops, a calendar of upcoming quilt shows and events, and committee reports. In addition, local quilt shops and self-employed quilters may place ads for their services, upcoming sales, classes, and special events.
Friendship Groups are small sub-groups of the Guild which give members the opportunity to make new friends, share ideas and learn new quilting skills. More than 10 groups, organized roughly by geographic area meet periodically throughout the Metroplex.
Ever wanted to run away from home? Even if it's only for a couple of days? We offer this opportunity for our members every year in the form of the Annual Retreat. Quilters meet at a location "away from home" for up to three days of slicing, dicing, stitching, etc. The atmosphere is relaxed, the fellowship is friendly.
For more information about joining our Guild, please contact us at: