The Trinity Valley Quilters' Guild meets on the third Friday of each month (except in September) at 9:30 a.m. for coffee and 10:00 - noon for our program/business meeting at the Central Christian Church, 3205 Hamilton, Fort Worth, Texas. Guests are welcome! Questions, email info@tvqg.org, and we will get back to you!  Directions

  • August Speaker
    Teresa Duryea Wong

    Cotton & Indigo

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  • July Workshop

    Beth Rhodes

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  • JULY
    Member Marketplace

    We promise to have an outstanding shopping atmosphere!
    July 21st

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  • 300-400 quilts on display! Classes, demos, speakers and Vendors!

    Aug 24-26

    Quiltshow Info
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  • The Trinity Valley Quilters' Guild meets on the third Friday of each month...
  • North Texas Quilt Festival
    August 24-26
  • Quilter’s Corner, the TVQG newsletter, shares highlights of the Guild and its many activities. NOTE: you will need a password.
  • Hundreds of books to choose from every month! Check them out at the back of the hall.
  • Relationships are important! Find a BEE to join here!
  • Here's what's coming up...
  • JPS Hospital Quilts, Northside Inter-Community Agency, Sweet Dreams, Quilts R Us, Rare Bears
  • 2017 Donation Quilt
    “The Farmer’s Wife”
  • Membership is open to anyone interested in quilts or quilting. Yearly dues are $35.00 and based on the calendar year.
  • January 22-25, Tanglewood Resort and Conference Center, Pottsboro, TX. Click for last year's photos and more info.

Member Marketplace - July 21st

In place of our regular Trinity Valley Quilters Guild meeting, from 10 am until 2 pm, there will be shopping, door prizes and refreshments for the general public, as well as guild members.  Bring your family and tell your friends! 

Great news – the sale tables for the Member Marketplace on JULY 21st are sold out!!

Thank you to all who are participating in our First Annual Member Marketplace. 

We will have our 2017 Donation Quilt on view and raffle tickets will be available for purchase.  Membership will have a table for anyone to join Trinity Valley Quilting Guild on the spot.  Quilt Show tickets will also be available for purchase for August 24-26 produced in conjunction with the Original Sewing and Quilt EXPO at the Arlington Convention Center – an exciting new adventure- at a discount rate of only $10.

Hope to see you at the new event – the Member Marketplace!

July Workshop- Beth Rhodes

Come and quilt at the July Workshop and learn to make a Stack ‘n Whack Quilt with one of our own quilter’s- Beth Rhodes

Workshop fee is ONLY $10, as Beth is a quilt guild member. 

Only a few spaces are left!  Sign up now with Mona Livingston.

August - Teresa Duryea Wong

Teresa Duryea Wong, author of two books on Japanese quilts and textiles, will be the featured speaker at the August 18 guild meeting. Teresa promises a lively and fun lecture that will appeal to quilters of all types. Her presentation covers the fascinating history of Japan’s cotton & indigo – two epic plants that changed the world. She’ll also talk about Japanese quilts made with very old & very new textiles and share the stories behind traditional folk textiles such as boro & sashiko.

More About Teresa

Membership Challenge 2017- Two Color Quilt


All entries for the Challenge 2017 will need to fill out a form listing the size, colors, and title of the entry and turn it in to Nikki Mahaffey by the July meeting.Entry Form Here (PDF)

  • The Challenge quilts will be displayed and judged at the August guild meeting.
  • Cash prizes will be awarded!!
  • The winning quilt will hang in the TVQG booth at the quilt show.


  • No smaller than 160 inches around perimeter
  • No larger than 360 inches around perimeter
  • Must consist of three layers: top, batting and backing
  • Must be stitched...NOT tied
  • You can only use TWO colors...this doesn’t mean two fabrics
  • ONE of the colors cannot be WHITE
  • ONE of the colors cannot be BLACK
  • It must have a hanging sleeve attached and a label that includes your name, name of quilt, and the year made. (Please cover this with a piece of fabric for the judging.)

About Beth

stack and whackBeth Rhodes is in her 40th year of quiltmaking. She was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. She married the Marine of her dreams 36 years ago and moved around the US for 20 years. Their 17th move brought them to north Texas, and this will be their Forever Home.

Beth and husband Dusty have 2 children: Megan and Alex (who is also a Marine), and a 20 lb. Grand Cat named Sawyer. Beth enjoys quilting, gardening, traveling, lifting weights at the gym, and Facebooking with her friends around the world.