PLEASE NOTE: The December guild meeting has been canceled due to inclement weather.
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Upcoming Events › Meetings & Workshops
Gearing up for 2019... we will hold our first meeting of the year on January 14, 2019 (had to say it again until it rolls off my tongue) with a little more shopping!! Drum roll... it's the FPQG Yard Sale!! That is right, ladies and gents! This is a no fee, no percentage chance for you to sell your own work! We will set up tables for you, upon your registration, for either a 4-foot or an 8-foot table. However,…Find out more »
Karen Thompson - Rug made from Jelly RollFind out more »
6:30 Social; 7:00 Program - Vickie Clontz of Annie's Keepsakes - Walk on the Wool SideFind out more »
Workshop - Vickie Clontz - Wool wall hanging or basketFind out more »
6:30 Social; 7:00 Program - Lucille Amos - Judy Niemeyer certified instructor - Trunk Show.Find out more »
Preserving the Art of Quilt Making
The Forsyth Piecers and Quilters Guild, Inc. is a non-profit organization governed by Guild Officers and operates under set bylaws. Committee Chair members help to promote quilting within the Guild and the community through local and regional projects and educational programs. The Guild preserves traditional methodologies and adds to its history by developing and encouraging new fiber art concepts.
We meet each second Monday of the month at Parkway Presbyterian Church on the corner of Silas Creek Parkway, between Yorkshire and Kirklees Rd, Winston-Salem, NC. The church entrance is off of Kirklees Rd (Click here to see a map). Fellowship begins at 6:30 P.M., business meeting at 7:00 P.M. and then the program at 7:30 P.M. Come join us. All are invited to attend.
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The guild is organized for benevolent
and charitable purposes;
to benefit, educate, promote, and support
persons interested in
preserving, continuing, and advancing
the art and craft of quilting
and related fiber arts.
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Guild Banner was designed, sewn, and quilted by Audrey A. Flock, 2002