Welcome to our guild
Piedmont Piecers Quilting Guild is a non-profit organization formed to foster development in the art of quilt making and related textile areas by providing educational opportunities, encouraging the sharing of our members’ talents, providing fellowship and sharing the Quilting Arts with the community.
We meet on the third Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm in the Lower Level of the Cleveland Park Events Center 141 N. Cleveland Park Drive Spartanburg, SC 29303. We begin to gather at 6:00 pm for registration, socializing, checking out library quilting books and handing in Blocks of the Month and community projects before the meeting begins at 6:30.
GUILD MAILING ADDRESS:
Piedmont Piecers Quilting Guild
P.O. Box 6202
Spartanburg, SC 29304
For Visitors: Feel free to bring a project or two that you would like to share during Show & Tell. Refreshments are served. Please bring your own drink. Guests are welcome to visit two meetings before choosing to join as a member. For more information about memberships, click here.
Driving Directions to Cleveland Park:
From Asheville Hwy/Heron Circle
1. Start out going around Heron Circle
2. Take the exit onto Asheville Hwy/SC-56 SOUTH. (Go 1.92 miles)
3. Turn right onto S Cleveland Park Dr.
4. Turn right to stay on S Cleveland Park Dr. (Go 0.04 miles)
5. Go around the lake until you see the entrance gates for the Event Center parking. Park as close to the building as you can, enter the lower event room through the glass doors.
Next guild meeting
Will be Tuesday, March 20th at 6:30 pm at the Cleveland Park Events Center lower level.
Program - Member Renee Dugan will be presenting on One Block Wonder quilts. This will include what to look for when selecting fabrics and how to determine how much you will need.
BLOCK OF THE MONTH for 2018
We will be doing a new program for BOM this year. This concept is designed to help raise money for our guild and to learn new and fun tricks to making some very traditional blocks.
You may join at any time and "catch up." We will be introducing a full quilt to be made by each person on their own with no fabric restrictions.
Instructions will be emailed to participants each month.
This years challenge, as posed by Teresa Sparks is as follows: