Creating quilts that give back

Conejo Valley Quilters is a nonprofit group of creative people that promotes the art and craft of quilt making while giving back to the community.

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What's new!

Holiday Social: Please join us December 4 for our annual Holiday Social. Come to enjoy good food, fun and games with your fellow quilters.

What to bring:

1. Finger foods to share accprdomg to the first letter of your last name:

A-L, bring savory, appetizers
M-Z, bring sweets
Water will be provided

2. Holiday fabric:

One yard for exchange
Bring something you like

3. Fat Quarters for games

4. Small scissors to use on fabric

5. Show and Tell Holiday Quilt

Batty Lady: My name is Alicia Campbell and I am a member of the Inland Empire Quilt Guild and the Friendship Square Quilt Guild in Southern California. I own The Batty Lady and am the CA rep for Wonderfil Specialty Threads. I will be hosting a "Create-Your-Wishlist" Open House on November 17 & 18. We'd love to welcome you all in to check out our thread and batting inventory, enjoy refreshments and partake in the fun raffles!

Quilt Show: For photos, click here!

Philanthropy Newsletter: Check out the Conejo Valley Quilters Photo Gallery to see photos of quilts CVQ donated to to both James Storehouse and Lighthouse for Women and Children. Last week James Storehouse accepted 15 quilts. They were pleased to receive the quilts, appreciating the work that went into making them. Our donation also included hand towels, bags and pillowcases left over from the quilt show. In the next month we will label, photograph and distribute the balance of the quilts that didn’t sell at the Quilt Show Boutique and Quilts for Sale. The quilts will go to both organizations. Lynn Jurss is making good progress with the weighted quilts that are to go to Autism Communication Center a CLU. These are not included in the photo gallery at this time. Lisa Shepherd and Kathy Dobner

To access the Philanthropy Committee Spotlight, click here.

Conejo Valley Quilters meetings

Unless otherwise noted, general meetings are held at the Ascension Lutheran Church, Pederson Hall in Thousand Oaks. For more information about membership and our meetings, click here.

Here is our current meeting calendar:

December 4 Meeting: "Holiday Social" (November/December Meeting)

January 15 Meeting: “There’s a New Shoppe in Town!” with Susan Hashimoto
Susan Hashimoto, co-owner of The Fabric Shoppe in Camarillo, will talk with us about the joys of expanding from her former shop, Homespun Treasures to moving and opening her new business. Her goal to meet the needs of local quilters is evident in her offering unique types and styles of quality fabrics. Susan will have some kits and items for $ale at our Guild Meeting! You don’t want to miss this!

February 19 Meeting: Philanthropy Sew-In
Bring your Sewing Machine, Rotary Cutter, Ruler, Mat, and favorite sewing notions and Join the Fun! We’ll have ironing boards set up and kits ready for you to put together. Work with a partner or two. Community Quilts are our mission: to create and give Love through our art. Bring a guest and receive a prize!!!

March 19 Meeting: “So You Want to make an Art Quilt” with Cara Gulati.

April 16 Meeting: ”What is a Mini Group?” with Janine Mansell
Janine Mansell, our Mini Group Mom, will talk to us about the advantages of being in a mini group, and how to join one or start your own. Some members of our Conejo Mini Groups will report to the membership on what they are working on and how much fun they are having!

May 21 Meeting: “My Great British Adventure” with Norah McMeeking
Norah McMeeking is an author and International Quilt Teacher. Norah’s Lecture is a humorous, informative slide show relating to her quilting adventures during the year she spent living, teaching, and studying in England.
Norah’s personal quilting interests are landscape quilts and challenging piecing. She is the author of the popular book, Bella, Bella Quilts: Stunning Designs from Italian Mosaics. She loves teaching and sharing tips and techniques.

October 15 Meeting: "Improvisational Piecing" with Scott Griffin

For details about our workshops, click here. For more information about our Guild, send a message to For the list of Guild Board members, click here.

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