Category Archives: President’s Message

President’s July Message


The July Summer Celebration Potluck is a great time to get to know others in the guild. The largest group that meets are our monthly General Meetings. They are held in the First Congregational Church, 7th Ave., Moline at 1 and 7pm. We have a sign in to keep attendance numbers. The afternoon meetings average around 110 and the evening numbers around 45. We have a membership of 296 as of our June meeting. General Meetings are the place to […]

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President’s April Message


The Quilt Queens are a group of quilters who started out meeting the third Thursday each month at St. Marks Lutheran Church, 2363 W 3rd St, Daven-port. They were having so much fun they decided they wanted to meet two times a month. So they started meeting at the Eastern Branch of the Davenport Library the fourth Thursday of each month, too. They laugh, talk, and of course, they sew. Many quilts have been sewn for family, friends, charity, dolls, […]

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President’s April Message


Quilts of Valor was born out of the 911 tragedy. Catherine Robert’s son, Nate was deployed to Afghanistan. When he came home, she could see the demons of war had a strong hold. As he sat there Catherine wrapped a quilt around Nate and she could see the demons of war lose their power. The quilt brought healing to her son, so she thought quilts could help others also. It started out that the quilts were all delivered to the […]

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President’s March Message


There is so much happening in March. Don’t miss out on any of the additional activities to meet other quilters and make new friends. Join us at one or more of the events. Our general meeting is March 5 with 2 great historical presentations with Becky Wright. A time to learn. Retreat is the 6th-10th. A wonderful time to get to know each other. Make sure to call Sue Kirk sue-kirk21@yahoo.com or Mary Pement Marpem49@gmail.com (309) 797-6367 if you haven’t […]

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President’s May Message


The Fiber Arts group was a vision of a group quilters who wanted to expand into the art quilt techniques.  There were approximately 12 people, led by Colleen Curry, who were the first to attend the group on a consistent basis 10 years ago.  It has grown to a regular attendance of approximately 30.  They welcome any fiber media, including fabric, thread, yarn, paper, wood, beads, roving, etc. and the techniques that can incorporate them into an art quilt, including […]

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