Membership  Benefits

  •  Monthly meetings featuring outstanding speakers, Guild business updates, "Show and Tell", door prizes and more.

  • A chance to attend a variety of workshops given by guest speakers; to join a quilting bee; encourage and enhance your skills. 

  • A montly newsletter to stay informed of Guild activities and happenings in the quilt world.

  • An opportunity to participate in community education and exhibits.

  • A directory of all members and quilt shop affiliates.

  • Encouragement, sharing, tons of fun, warm and inviting members. 

Join or Renew Membership

 

Annual membership for Peninsula Quilters Guild is from October 1st through September 30th of each year.  We encourage you to use the online registration forms, using the PayPal payment process https://www.paypal.com/us/webapps/mpp/how-paypal-works/overview

Types of membership and dues are:

 

  • Membership:     $45 Due September 15th in order to be included in the Membership Roster. Dues for late membership after March 31st is $22.50.

 

To Volunteer for PQG events as they are announced at meetings and received via email blast click on the iVolunteer and select the event, date, time.

 

 

 

History

Peninsula Quilters was conceived in 1978 when Evie Landes, a textile arts teacher at Canada College, and some of her students realized that experienced quilters needed a place to meet, to share their expertise with newer quilters, and to continue the friendships and interests the quilt classes had fostered.  A quilt guild seemed like an obvious solution.  The idea was met with enthusiasm, and 41 women joined at the first meeting.  Since then, the Guild has grown steadily to about 150 members, and is a charter member of the San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles in San Jose, CA.

Peninsula Quilters Guild is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are tax deductible as permitted by law. Federal ID 94-2747778. 

 

Peninsula Quilters Guild of San Mateo County

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