About Us

Milk and Honey Quilters Guild began more than twenty years ago as a small, informal and supportive group for quilters and anyone interesting in quilting.  We have now grown to over fifty members.

Our guild meetings are scheduled nine times a year and consist of an executive board report, a business meeting, Show and Tell, sharing techniques among members and ocassionally a guest speaker and/or trunk show.  We dedicate one of our meetings for a  community service sewing project.  We hold workshops taught by recognized fiber artists.  And every other year we hold a non-juried, non-judged quilt show where quilters from around the state (and beyond) have an opportunity to simply put their handiwork on display.  Social activities include a Christmas potluck and gift exchange, and a spring social that has, in the past, included a a pot luck dinner and a very fun trash-and-treasures swap.

For a schedule of this year's program and activities, click on Meetings.  

We have bi-annual quilt shows.  Details on the "Our Show" tab.