Town Hall Quilt Guild

Gathering together to learn, create and celebrate quilting.

About

The Town Hall Quilt Guild meets at 6:30 pm for fellowship on the third Tuesday of every month. Our business meeting begins at 7:00pm.

We meet at the First Congregational Church of Clarkston, 5449 Clarkston Road, Clarkston, Michigan.

The Town Hall Quilt Guild is organized and will be operated exclusively for educational and charity purposes in order that its members can:

Promote camaraderie and the exchange of ideas.
Preserve the heritage of quilting.
Promote the knowledge of all aspects of quilting.
Provide opportunities for continuing education.
Engage in charitable efforts as chosen by the guild membership

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3 thoughts on “About

  1. My name is Tracy Brooks. I am a 43 year old male who started sewing in May and quilting the beginning of September. I currently work on a domestic machine and have jumped in head first to learn as much as possible about free motion quilting. This is all very new to me however I take it very seriously and want to get involved with a group of like minded individuals. Please tell me how to take the steps necessary to do this…do you accept new members…is it ok that I’m a male (the two quilt shops I’ve discovered so far weren’t the most friendly people I’ve ever met and both seemed taken back when I explained I was there to shop for myself). Thanks!

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    • Hi Tracy,

      Unfortunately, our person that monitors are website forgets to check to see if there had been any new post. To join our guild, you just need to come to a meeting and fill out an application. We are a small guild but friendly located in Clarkston. We meet on the third Tuesday of every month.

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  2. Great job!

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