Gwinnett Quilters' Guild

Quilting Bees

Quilting Bee

Gwinnett Quilters’ Guild, Inc.   Historically, Quilting Bees were the lifeline of a small community. They served as a social gathering, not only to hand stitch a quilt top but to provide a link for the discussion of community affairs and to kindle good will among neighbors. Presently, Quilting Bees are composed of 2-15+ people with a common interest who meet on a regular basis to promote the art of quilting. Some Small Groups meet locally in homes, libraries, activity centers, churches, restaurants or quilt shops and other Quilting Bees meet as online groups. As a result, these collective Small Groups develop long lasting friendships, thus becoming the heart of the Guild.  Anyone can start or join as many Small Groups as your energy and commitment allow. All Guild members are encouraged to join in the fun! If you need assistance in creating or joining a Small Quilting Bee Group, contact the Guild President. Keep on Quilting!

Bee’s Name Interest Meeting Location Contact
A is for Applique Applique 1st Wednesday Fulton/ Gwinnett Deborah Jones
Designing Women Art Quilts 3rd Monday Lawrenceville Diane Snyder
ET Bee Group Machine Embroidery 2nd Thursday Loganville Joan Meyberg
First Thursdays General Projects 1st Thursday Lilburn Ginny Manning
Gwinnett Long Arm Stitchers or G.L.A.S. Long Arm Quilting 1st Friday Gwinnett Joan Fisher
Hand Quilters Hand Quilting 1st Friday Gwinnett Priscilla Casciolini
He*ART*felt Quilters Art Quilts 2nd Tuesday Gwinnett Adele Steele
Just 4 You Community Service 1st Monday Intown Quilters Joan Beattie
New*Bees* Quilters Getting Started
Quilted Salad Quilting and Lunch Last Wednesday Gwinnett Gretchen Cuthbert
Quilts of Valor Quilts of Valor 3rd Thursday Lawrenceville Betsy Podriznik
Quilts of Valor, Special Projects General Projects Last Tuesday Lilburn Joanne Jones
Sew ‘n Sew Service Projects 2nd Wednesday St. Edwards Episcopal Church Jane Wade
Wool Bee Wool Applique Last Wednesday Dacula Sally Zook