Welcome!


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.

Current Newsletter

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Best of Show 2017



(quilt is "My Hosta" by Kay Dahlquist)


Our 2017 quilt show was a big success with hundreds of quilts from our Guild members and from traveling exhibits. We would like to share photos of the ribbon winning quilts from the show judged by Lincoln, NE, quilter and NQACJ certified judge Shelley Burge.

Simply follow the link below, then click on the 3 dots in the upper right hand corner, and select "slideshow". We hope you enjoy the quilts!

https://photos.app.goo.gl/kw7s9D9kR6kgVxZj1

Announcements


The Siouxland Samplers Guild meeting for February 11, 2019 will be cancelled due to bad weather moving into the area around meeting time. There will not be a make-up date for this guild meeting.

Please join us at our next regularly scheduled meeting on March 11th.



Please brave the cold and join us for our February 11th Guild meeting at our regular meeting place at Redeemer Lutheran Church, 7:00 pm.

Our program will be a game called "Quilt Feud", so come check what that is all about.

If you haven't paid your $20 Guild membership dues for 2019, pay them at the meeting, which is the last day to avoid a late fee.

Check out the current newsletter on this website to see what else is happening with the Guild.

Dress warmly and see you on Monday!



It's a New Year, a cold one it is, and we invite you to come out in the cold to our January 14th 7:00 pm Guild Meeting at Redeemer Lutheran Church in Sioux City.

Heart and Hand Dry Goods Quilt Shop will entertain us with samples and details of what is happening in their shop this winter.

We will also have a presentation by Megan Brennan, member Ginny Freyermuth's granddaughter, of her 4H Citizenship Project. She will be inviting all of us to participate by making pillowcase dresses to be sent to needy young girls in Haiti.

Please see the current newsletter for other happenings in the Guild.
Happy New Year!