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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

  • July's speaker is Gyleen Fitzgerald from Baltimore Maryland.

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  • Maggie McGuire is coming to do a program on antique quilts called "How Did that Block Get Its Name?
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  • 2018 North Texas Quilt Festival
    June 7th-9th

    Arlington 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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  • Serving our community is a priority. Click to see the many organizations we support.
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  • 2018 Donation Quilt
    “Texas Firelight”
    Tickets Available in October
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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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July - Gyleen Fitzgerald

July's speaker is Gyleen Fitzgerald from Baltimore Maryland. At the Houston Quilt Festival in 2015 she had a one woman display of her work, and was the keynote speaker at the Oglalla Quilt Show in Dimmitt las year. Gayleen is perhaps best known for her sense of color, and due to her background in engineering, her technical design ability.

Gyleen's program will be "Making it Modern", where she will take us from traditional through contemporary to modern, exploring designs with rectangles and squares that are the building components for modern quilts. Gayleen has recently been using Polygons in her quilts, so we might see some of her newer quilts displayed.

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August - Maggie McGuire

"How Did That Block Get It's Name?"

In August, Dr. Maggie McGuire, a retired educator and Marine Corps wife, is coming to do a program on antique quilts called "How Did that Block Get Its Name?" We all know lots of names for quilt blocs, but how they came up with those names is a mystery? From politics to animals, tools and travels, quilt block names reflect the times in which they were created.

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