Welcome to the web page for the Bits ‘n’ Pieces Quilt Guild.
We are a group of about 160 members who love to quilt.
We invite you to explore our website to
learn more about the guild.
Join, Learn, Grow with us!
The guild meets at 7 p.m.
4th Tuesday of the month
Salem Methodist Church of Ballwin
14825 Manchester Road
The 2018 Raffle quilt has been revealed! Visit our raffle quilt page to see Parasol Parfait!
Exhibits and Quilt Shows
Scraps and Patches Quilters Guild is having a quilt show.
Our show is coinciding with Twin City Days in Festus/Crystal City, MO
Please stop by on September 9th between 9 am and 4 pm
at the United Methodist Church
113 Grand Ave, Festus, MO 63028
Admission is $5.00. We are also asking for a canned good donation.
International Miniature Quilt Exchange (IMQE) – Crossing borders and cultures with Quilts around the Globe. Teams forming NOW through December 31, 2017 The purpose of the International Miniature Quilt Exchange is to promote quilting across borders and cultures. The exchange allows team members to communicate and connect with each other. The team will then have the opportunity to participate in a juried exhibition which will premiere at the International Quilt Festival in Houston during the Fall of 2018.To participate, you must be either a free basic member of TheQuiltShow.com (TQS) or a Star member of TheQuiltshow.com. Willing participants must then join the International Miniature Quilt Exchange Group on the TQS website. Each exchange team is a two-person team. Each team will have a number associated with their team.Quilters from the USA will be paired with an International Quilter on a first come, first served basis (notification by email). It is probable that there will be more USA Quilters than there will be International Quilters. Teams will continue to be established now through December 31, 2017
Contact: E-mail email@example.com (alternate: 314-966-5647)
Needed: fabric, sewing notions, and yarn
Charity Sharity sorts donations and redistributes to charities that can best use the items. Examples are: quilts for the needy, wheelchair bags, sleeping bags for the homeless, goodie bags and cooling scarves for troops, school play costumes, bedding for rescued animals
Warp: Weave a Real Peace
Contact: www.weaverealpeace.org or firstname.lastname@example.org
WARP offers a forum for those who strive to support long-standing textile traditions as a means for cultural preservation and economic development by fostering a global network of textile enthusiasts, artisans, academics, wholesalers, retailers, tour operators, designers, teachers, and other interested supporters.