The Lincoln Quilters Guild welcomes you to our “home” on the internet. You will find lots of information about the guild and our various activities here.  We hope you will enjoy browsing our site and will come visit us in person.

We meet at the College View Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 4015 S 49th St., Lincoln, NE. Meetings begin at 7:00 pm. You will find the meeting dates and program details on our Meetings page.
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Save the Date!

We know that it’s a long way off, but we wanted you to know that the dates and location of the next LQG quilt show have been set for October 6-8, 2016 at St. Mark's Methodist Church, 70th & Pioneers, Lincoln, Nebraska.

Sherry Taylor and Kathy Morgan, Co-chairs

Guild Meeting: Monday, November 9, 2015
Speaker: Chris Kirsch
Chirs Kirsch
Chris Kirsch is a fiber artist and quilter extraordinaire who stitches magic from her log home deep in the woods of southeastern Wisconsin. She was a dental hygienist until she took her first quilting class. She came away enthusiastically addicted and began her quilt journey as a traditional quilter, working by hand and with a machine; collected antique quilts for their charm and link to the past; and soon discovered an inner creativity she didn’t realize she possessed which ignited a passion for art quilts. Her work is inspired by her Christian faith and the sheer joy of playing with fiber, color and design.

Chris’ quilts have been displayed internationally in museums, galleries and competitions. She teaches quilting at Wisconsin’s Waukesha County Technical College and also internationally, taking quilters on trips throughout the US and Europe. She has authored four books and has a fun and educational blog.

November Class

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Class: Where Do I Start With Fiber Art?
Instructor: Chris Kirsch
Date: Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Time: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

This is a great class for the traditional quilter who would like to make an art quilt but is afraid to try! You will play with fabric, color and design while discovering your inner creative child. Each participant will create their own unique work of art using their imagination, parallel strips and geometric shapes.

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