Welcome to the home page of the Siouxland Samplers Quilt Guild. We are a group of quilters, quilt lovers, fiber artists, fabric collectors, and late-night sewers. We enjoy making quilts, sleeping under quilts, or just looking at quilts. The expertise and support and inspiration we receive from each other make our group one you'll want to belong to. If you would like to find out more about what we do as a group, see the "About Us" link.
Show & Tell (slideshow from quilt show)
The ribbon winners from our 2015 Quilt Show. Click on the photo to see a larger view. Then, click on the photo album name near the top to see a slideshow of the winning quilts. Enjoy!
Baby, It's Cold Outside!...
But plan on attending the January 9th Guild Meeting anyway (same time and place: 7:00 pm at Redeemer Lutheran Church at 3204 S. Lakeport in Sioux City).
Heart and Hand Dry Goods quilt shop will deliver our program for January, and their programs are always fun and informative.
Be thinking about the Quiltin' Bee in Moville on February 4th if you haven't signed up already. Guild member Loraine Smith is handling the registrations.
Sherry Book said she is still accepting hats and gloves and other cold weather gear for needy local school kids, so bring any donations you have for them.
We'll see you on January 9th. Stay warm!
Please join us at 6:30 on December 12th for our annual Holiday potluck and Guild meeting.
(We start 30 minutes early on nights that we share a meal). Please download the current newsletter for suggestions on what to bring for the potluck.
Our November 14th Guild meeting will be back at our regular location: Redeemer Lutheran Church at 3204 S. Lakeport St in Sioux City, 7:00 pm.
Plan on having a productive and fun meeting. The Guild will be supplying the materials so we can each make and take home a bottle of fragrant spray fabric finish, similar to the Best Press that we all love. Check the current newsletter for more details.
When you come, don't forget your patriotic ornaments for the Guild tree for the upcoming Festival of Trees auction. Also, Sherry Book wants to remind us to bring hats and mittens and other cold weather gear (either handmade or purchased) that the Guild donates to school kids at this time each year. Finally, bring a check or exact change to pay your $20 Guild membership dues for 2017. Why wait and take a change on forgetting?
Click here for a membership form you can print to bring along with your dues.
Hope to see you on the 14th!