The Prescott Valley Quilt Study Group meets the third (3rd) Friday of every month. The meetings start at 9:30 a.m. and run for approximately two (2) hours. The meetings are held at Cloth Plus, 6479 Copper Hill Drive, Prescott Valley, AZ.
2021 Meeting Dates
Tentatively, meetings will resume at Cloth Plus. Please use the Contact Form below to confirm meeting details.
10 a.m-noon MST
2021 Meeting Dates
Topics and registration information will be posted a 3-4 weeks prior to each meeting.
The Quilts of Provence and their influence on American white work. Click HERE to view a lecture from the IQM.
Dr. Anne Hodgkins: An Overview of Fabric Colors and Dyes in the 19th Century. Registration is now closed.
My Favorite Antique or Vintage Quilts (or style). Attendees are invited to submit up to 3 pictures of quilts that pertain to the topic. If you do not own your "favorite quilt(s)" feel free to submit photos of quilts from the Quilt Index, International Quilt Museum, book, or other source. Photos will be compiled into a slide show and you will be called on to discuss your submission. Photos MUST be submitted no later than Thursday, June 17th. Please use the Contact Form below for instructions for photo submissions and/or to register for this Zoom meeting.
Lynn Miller: Cross Stitch Kit Quilts
Tucson Quilt Study Group
Ellie Towne Community Center
1660 West Ruthrauth Road
Tucson, AZ 85704
Quilt Study is conducted by members of the Arizona Quilt Documentation Team. This team began in 2013 and meets monthly to study quilts. Each meeting consists of an education topic and a quilt documentation. A quilt may be brought by a member, or the team may go to a museum to document. To date, the team has documented quilts from the Arizona History Museum in Tucson and the Sanguinetti House Museum and Gardens in Yuma.
Depending on meeting location availability (see above), the team meets on Monday or Tuesday of the first or second week of the month from 9:30 to 12:30. All those interested are welcome.
Local Groups: Prescott, West Phoenix, or Tucson areas.