Main Line Quilters

A quilt guild based on Philadelphia's historic Main Line

Area Quilting Events


May 1 & 2, 2015

Penn Oaks Quilters
For the Love of Quilting VIII Show

Ludwig’s Corner, Glenmoore, PA
Over 100 quilts, NQA Judges, Quilters’ Cafe, Acorn Shoppe Boutique, Book signing Bob DeCarli, Remarkable Rectangles
$8 admission


May 2 & 3

Northern Star Quilters’ Guild
Somers, NY

It’s going to be a great show, with over 300 quilts,
more than 30 vendors, and a beautiful raffle quilt.

Special Guest Speakers :Becky Goldsmith and Paula Nadelstern


May 15-16

Penn Dry Goods Market


Schwenkelder Library and Heritage Center

Needlework, Linens, Baskets, Clothing, Antique and Vintage Textiles, Quilts, Workshops, Lectures, Classes



Saturday, June 13

3rd Annual MLQ Trash to Treasure Sale!


Fabric: yardage and fat quarters, decorator fabric
Quilt kits, orphan blocks, UFOs
yarn, cross-stitch, needlepoint kits
lace, beads, embellishment
books, magazines, patterns

Tredyffrin Library 582 Upper Gulph Rd
Strafford, PA 19087

Homemade baked goods available for a small charge.
All proceeds go to Main Line Quilters, a non-profit organization
serving the historic Main Line Philadelphia




 July 10-12

Mid-Appalachian Quilters 2015 Show

Mount St. Mary’s University, Emmitsburg, MD

Mid-Appalachian Quilters, Inc. (MAQ) has been hosting an annual quilting seminar each July since 1987. We offer a variety of classes presented by some of the best teachers in the Mid-Atlantic area.

Members of the MAQ reside primarily in Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Virginia. However, some return every year from more distant states, to visit with cherished friends and learn new quilting techniques.

Check it out here

July 10, 2015 – July 26, 2015

Sacred Threads Exhibition 2015

Floris United Methodist Church, 13600 Frying Pan Road
Herndon, Va. 20171(703) 793-0026
Mondays – Saturdays: 11am – 5pm

Sundays: 1pm – 4pm

For the exhibit, quilts are divided into categories based on theme. These are Expressions of Joy, Spirituality, Inspiration, Grief, Healing and Peace/Brotherhood. The artwork themes provide thought-provoking insights, encouragement, inspiration and healing responses to grief and human hardships. It has attracted a wide array of visitors and has proved appropriate for all ages from young teens to seniors. The exhibit is a positive influence on the human spirit, giving joy as well as addressing concerns of the soul and mind.  Click here for more info



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