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
Fanfare of Quilts 2018
Visit the quilt show page for a complete list
of ribbon winners and vendors.
Thank you to all who helped make the show our best ever!
Save the Date!
2018 Loose Threads Quilt Show
November 3rd & 4th, 2018
St. Charles Community College
For information call: 636-696-3796
Quilts for Olympians: The abuse experienced by the USA Gymnasts prompted my interest in offering these young woman hope and support of healing in their spirit. In contacting Michigan Attorney General office I have heard from an athlete who wanted a quilt. The California law firm representing these woman, is reviewing this. They would distribute the quilts to maintain privacy for the young women and for us as guild members. Consider sewing a Small lap quilt or A Pillow Case (either is ok) with a heart somewhere on it. This is a great way to use stash, sew that simple design, help these young woman heal a deep sorrow.
Size: a small lap or large crib (approximately: 45×50 and ADD a Heart on front ( need not be large , Just symbolic )
Need Ideas on a simple design? Can only make the quilt top but interested? Would donate backing? Glad to make a small lap? Any kind of interest is ok.
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.