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.

Shown at "A Gathering Under the Oaks"


What's new!

Guild Member Appreciation Party
Everyone loves a party!!  And this one is for all CVQ Members and friends. Get to know fellow members you may not know, in addition to your new board who will be hosting each table. Join us for Dessert, Games and Socializing!  And you don’t have to bring anything, except maybe a quilt to share.  We are looking forward to a night of fun and hoping new friendships will be made!

June 18, 2018 Guild Meeting
7-9 pm, doors open at 6:30 pm
Pederson Hall
Ascension Lutheran Church

Nadine Cassady Hospitality

Sewing Party: The 4th Monday Quilting Party is now the 4th Monday Sewing Party because, hey, we aren't limiting anyone!! If you like sewing or quilting with like-minded people, the 4th Monday Sewing Party is for you!

There is something going on for everyone. So machine quilting - albeit popular - is not your thing? No problem!Come out for piecing, either your own project or one for Philanthropy. Want to finish up a UFO for the 2018 CVQ Challenge but are stuck at what to do next? Bring it to the 4th Monday Sewing Party for help. There's lots of design experience in the room. Want to do handwork but not alone? Bring it to the 4th Monday Sewing Party.

The next date is Monday, March 26, 2018 from 10 am to 4 pm in the Conejo Room at the Municipal Service Center, 1993 Rancho Conejo Boulevard, Newbury Park 91320.

Parking is limited in front of the building but additional parking is at the end of Rancho Conejo Blvd. There is a kitchen available for your brown bag lunch. Tables and chairs will be provided as well as quilts to work on. Please bring everything you’ll need including a power cord and your machine's walking foot.

If you have any questions, call or e-mail Janine Mansell at 818-802-0628 or

For directions, click here.

Membership 2018: Membership renewal is currently only $15 to allow you to attend workshops at the guild member’s price. Please note that it will not include a membership badge. Once you rejoin in June you will receive your name badge.

Remember our Name Badge Incentive Program. Members who wear a CVQ name badge to our meeting may enter in a drawing for a surprise gift. So, put your name badge with your guild supplies and join in the fun.

If you recently joined the guild, please pick up your new badge at the membership table. Current membership labels for your membership card are now available for pick up at the membership table. Proof of current membership in the Conejo Valley Quilt Guild entitles you to discounts at some stores, such as Jo-Ann Stores. Our current membership is 101 members.

Pauline Matthews and Sherry Ramaila

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:

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 Continues" with Norah McMeeking
I spent a quilter's Cinderella year living in England with my family. Quilting was the pathway to many adventures and wonderful experiences as both a student and a teacher! I met many of Britain's finest quilt artists, got to see amazing collections of textiles, and best of all, made lifelong friends. As the years have unrolled from that magical time, shorter return trips to the Festival of Quilts have allowed me to continue to explore the international world of quilting --and to meet up with my British friends at the same time! My talk describes my experiences and misadventures with humor and affection and showcases some of the finest work, past and present, of the European quilting scene.

June 18 Meeting: see Member Appreciation announcement above.

August 20 Meeting: "Trends 2019" with Julia Fikse
Julia Fikse has 25 years of experience in the textile industry as a designer, garment maker, textile creator, graphic artist, entrepreneur, clothing and accessory manufacturer, and business leader. Julia has a B.S. Degree in Design from the University of California at Davis, with a minor in Textiles and Clothing. She has trained and worked as a trend forecaster, designer, colorist and dye
coordinator at Levi Strauss and Co., Gymboree, and Adidas. She has owned and operated her own clothing company for over 14 years. Julia is an AQS
Certified quilt appraiser based in Los Angeles, CA, and currently holds memberships in a variety of quilt-related organizations including the American Quilt Study Group. For more information, click here. For her Web site, click here.

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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