The Trinity Valley Quilters' Guild meets on the third Friday of every month from 10:00 am to noon for our program/business meeting. We are currently meeting via ZOOM. Once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted, we will meet at our new location at CERA (Corporate Employees Recreation Association) 3300 Bryant Irvin Rd., Ft. Worth, TX. Guests are always welcome! Have questions, email info@tvqg.org, and we will get back to you!  

  • Zoom Meeting November 20th - Christina Cameli

    Zoom Meeting November 20th - Christina Cameli

  • Covid 19 Info - ZOOM Guild Meetings

    Covid 19 Info - ZOOM Guild Meetings

  • Zoom Program - December 18th - Susan Cleveland

    Zoom Program - December 18th - Susan Cleveland

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

    Irving Convention Center
  • 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...
  • Serving our community is a priority. Click to see the many organizations we support.
  • 2019 Donation Quilt
    "Emerging Crossroads"
    Tickets Available Now!
  • Membership is open to anyone interested in quilts or quilting. Yearly dues are $35.00 and based on the calendar year.
  • January 28-31st, Tanglewood Resort and Conference Center, Pottsboro, TX. Click for last year's photos and more info.

Covid 19 Info - ZOOM Guild Meetings

Due to Covid 19 and Fort Worth's emergency declaration, all In Person guild meetings are still cancelled until further notice. However, we are holding monthly Zoom guild meetings, and while they aren't the same, they're something we can do now. The first part of the meeting is a short business meeting and the speaker. When that's finished, many of us stay online and visit. Virtual hugs are better than no hugs! So watch for an email the week of guild meeting with your Zoom invitation. If you are new to Zoom, the email will have information on a practice Zoom session, where you can get comfortable with the process.

Zoom Meeting November 20th - Christina Cameli

Christina will be our Zoom speaker for our November guild meeting. She is an enthusiatsic designer, author and teacher.

After being introduced to quilting by her grandmother, she learned free-motion quilting and over ther the next decade began teaching classes and writing books, including Firt Steps to Free Motion Quilting and her most recent book, Step by Step Texture Quilting.

Christina brings her joyful quilting style to both her in person and online classes.

She lives with her children and practices as a nurse midwife in Portland, Oregon.

You're encouraged to go to Christina's website www.christinacameli.com or to her Facebook page @afewscraps to learn about all the great and varied things she does. Look for an email the week of guild for sign-up info for the Zoom guild meeting and practice session.

Zoom Program - December 18th - Susan Cleveland

Lecture/Program - My Eclectic Quilt Pagent

Join one of the world's most enthusiastic personalities for ooo's, aaaah’s, and laughter to learn a plethora of tips to increase accuracy and add fresh,interesting details with piping, prairie points, heavy threads, and embellishments.

See how to take show pieces to new levels and add charming surprises to simple pieces.

Susan will share real live quilts with close ups so you’re sure to see oodles of detail. You may recognize many quilts as winners in AQS Paducah shows and International Quilt Festivals in Houston!

Look for an email the week of guild for Zoom log on info!

Bio - Susan Cleveland

Sue's enthusiasm for quilting is said to be contagious!

Her presentation style is so fun and enjoyable that you are inspired try her tips and techniques on your next quilt. Susan has been teaching for 22 years, and her quilts have received many awards in international competitions since 1997 where judges comment on fine workmanship and original style.

With unique designs she includes charming, unexpected elements such as specialty threads, prairie points, piping, and great binding techniques. Susan invented the Groovin’ Piping Trimming Tool which is used to trim piping seam allowances and the Prairie Pointer pressing tool.

In 2010 she was delighted to be named Minnesota Quilter of the Year! She lives on 70 acres in southeastern Minnesota with her hubby.