Welcome!

The Trinity Valley Quilters' Guild meets on the third Friday of each month  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

  • Covid 19 Info

    Covid 19 Info

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  • The Trinity Valley Quilters' Guild meets on the third Friday of each month...
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  • 2020 North Texas Quilt Festival
    August 13-15

    Irving Convention Center
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  • Quilter’s Corner, the TVQG newsletter, shares highlights of the Guild and its many activities. NOTE: you will need a password.
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  • Hundreds of books to choose from every month! Check them out at the back of the hall.
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  • Relationships are important! Find a BEE to join here!
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  • Here's what's coming up...
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  • Serving our community is a priority. Click to see the many organizations we support.
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  • 2019 Donation Quilt
    "Emerging Crossroads"
    Tickets Available Now!
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  • Membership is open to anyone interested in quilts or quilting. Yearly dues are $35.00 and based on the calendar year.
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  • January 28-31st, Tanglewood Resort and Conference Center, Pottsboro, TX. Click for last year's photos and more info.
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Covid 19 Info

Due to Covid 19 and Fort Worth's emergency declaration, all guild meetings are cancelled until further notice. I know our meetings are our member's chance to visit with friends, and learn new things. Since we can't get together, consider some of the following ideas to virtually feel that togetherness:

  • Get involved in making masks for local health personnel, or your own family. Must Love Fabric in Grapevine has a source that needs masks, and they are providing kits. They have a tutorial on their FB page for making their kit masks, and there are many other tutorials online for making a mask that works for you.
  • Consider having your Bee meetings via Zoom. It's a virtual meeting application that you can access on your computer Zoom.us or you can load the app on your phone or tablet.
  • Follow our TVQG Facebook Page. You can post what you're working on and see what others are doing. See April's newsletter for Beth's article on how to start following our page.
  • Join an online Quilt-a-Long. Many are in progress, but I bet you can get instructions for blocks they've already finished and catch up.
  • Many quilting celebrities/teachers are offering online classes/demos/virtual shows. Google your favorites.
  • There are lots of quilting groups on Facebook to follow. Beth Rhodes suggests Scrap Quilt Enthusiasts, Quilted Twins, and Texas Quilters to name a few.
  • Pick up the phone, and call a friend, just to let them know you're thinking of them.

We will get through this, and come out stronger! Hopefully with a smaller stash and lots of quilts made! Stay safe, and I look forward to seeing your smiling faces soon.

Pat Wykoff