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to the Foothill Quilters Guild, where local area quilters have been getting together since 1982 to share their love of quilting.  

We invite you to explore our website.   Enjoy!

Happy Quilting!

est. 1982, Auburn, CA

“Sharing the Joy of Quilting”
Friday and Saturday, April 3-4, 2020
Location:  Parkside Church
and Regional Park, Auburn



July 8-9

Sandra Mollen

September 9-10
Kevin Kosbab

October 14-15
Fern Royce

November 11-12
Sheila Green

December 9
Holiday Potluck

January 13-14
Inger Blood

February 11
Community Service sewing night

March 11
Challenge Reveal and Voting; Guild birthday party

April 13
Quilt Show awards and celebration

May 11-12
Kathy Geier

June 8

Business Meeting and Ice Cream Social


We welcome Sandra Mollen, with her new lecture, “Adapting an Image for Art Quilts.”

Guests are welcome to attend any of our meetings for a $5 charge.  


FACEBOOK:  Check out our Facebook page, primarily to spread the word about our quilt show.  Please view and “Like” our page!



NEW !!  IN-TOWN RETREAT:  We’re starting to take sign-ups at our July meeting for our first In-Town Retreat. See details and find the application form on our new In-Town Retreat page.




COUNTRY STORE FORMS: Inventory sheets and price tags have been updated for 2020 so you can get a start on them now.  Link


MEMBERSHIP: We welcome new members all year long. The form can be found on our “About Us” page; select it from the left-hand column.


DINNER WITH THE SPEAKER:  As the new program chair I want to change up our Dinner with the Speaker social. We will meet before the meeting at 4:45 pm at Joe Caribes 13470 Lincoln Way, next door to the new Awful Annie’s location. They serve Caribbean style food, chicken or fish tacos, burritos, yellow curry noodles etc. They also have a happy hour 3-6pm that includes delicious chicken tacos for $6. I just want to encourage all members including new members to come to this social time to get to know one another and to greet our speaker prior to the meeting. If you’d like to join us, please call Jane Haworth 530 305 0443 by 12pm on that Monday so I can make a reservation. All members are welcome!


FABRIC DONATIONS:  We welcome donations of quilting fabric, notions, and tools.  Fabric that is 100% cotton is what we need for quilts for our Community Service projects - anything that’s ¼ yard or bigger.  Please contact Jan Petre at 530-863-8460 to make appropriate arrangements.  To see what we do with these donations, please check our Community Service page.


WORKSHOPS: You don't have to be a member to enjoy one of our workshops. Take a look at the left column to see if there is something that might interest you, and then go to “Programs” to learn more.  Non-members are welcome at any workshop in which we have room.


OUR MEETINGS are held on the second Monday of each month, at Cornerstone Community Church, 11111 Dry Creek Road, Auburn.  Meetings begin at 7pm and generally end around 9.


LETTER OF COMMENDATION: We’ve received a Letter of Commendation from the City of Auburn celebrating our 35 years as a guild.  See it here. Commendation from the City of Auburn celebrating our 35 years as a guild.  See it here.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

OUR MEETINGS are held on the second Monday of each month, at Cornerstone Community Church, 11111 Dry Creek Road, Auburn.  Meetings begin at 7pm and generally end around 9.


View pictures of our members and get copies of current and former newsletters.

 Log in as: member@foothillquilters.org

(This is a fake email address that everybody uses.)

Obtain the password from the webmaster
or the president.

Most of our site is open to the public; if you have difficulty finding what you want, use the Search Engine (top right).

A Joyful Day - Basket Bouquet

Our 60”x67” quilt was adapted from a pattern by the late Janet Ludwig of Chickadee Charms.  The quilt’s organizer, Laura Rucker, met Janet during a time she spent in Buffalo WY, and was impressed by her friendliness and enthusiasm. The quilt was made by Laura Rucker, Katie Gwinn, Sam Hills, Rita Kennedy. and Teri Sartain, and was quilted by Lin Squires, who included many whimsical quilting motifs.  A close look reveals 3-D prairie points, scallops and bow. There are embellishments and quilting surprises throughout the quilt.  We have dedicated this 2020 Opportunity Quilt to Janet Ludwig's spirit, and the enthusiasm she shared with all she met.  "We hope this quilt brings a smile to your face, and it reminds you to enjoy each and every day.”

We will sell tickets throughout the year and draw the lucky winner at our quilt show on Saturday, April 4, 2020.


The purpose of the Foothill Quilters Guild is to contribute to the growth and knowledge of quilting techniques, patterns, history and quilt-making by providing educational meetings; sponsor and support quilt-making activities; encourage quilt-making and collecting; and promote the knowledge and appreciation of quilting.

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