The Guild's purpose is to further quilting excellence in Southwestern Montana,  to promote friendship and a sense of community through the primary activity of needle arts, including but not limited to quilting, embroidery, knitting, crocheting, beading and tatting.  The Guild shall be exclusively charitable and educational.





Next Guild Meeting :


April 10

Hope Lutheran Church

2152 Graf St.

7:00-8:30 p.m.

(social time starts 6:30)


Our members are from all parts of the Gallatin Valley, and beyond!  Bozeman, Belgrade, Manhattan, Livingston, Three Forks, Gallatin Gateway, West Yellowstone as well as other areas/states make up our "guild family".  We welcome you and encourage you to look at our calendar and the many activities we do!






Leslie Schmachtenberg  3/5

Gordy Ann Ricci  3/7

Lori O'Neill  3/8

Debra Waite  3/9

Mary Jo Lusin  3/22

Vickie Johnson  3/23

Candace Miller  3/24

Marie Melton  3/25

Dawn Inman  3/27









At our February Guild meeting, we had our annual UFO Challenge "Fun-draiser"!  Your goal is to pledge to finish those "unfinished objects" that have been languishing somewhere in our sewing rooms, hidden out of sight and out of mind.  For each item you pledge to finish by our June 12 Guild meeting, you will have to bring it in finished our pay $5 per unfinished project.  Couldn't make it to our February meeting to declare your UFO?  No problem!!  We will have an opportunity to add your UFO (or additional UFO's!) to the list at our March meeting.

Congratulations, Carol Jo!


Carol Jo Wood's exquisite pine tree quilt was a winner in the MINI Quilts Contest (triangle catagory) of Moda's "12 Designers-12 Months-12 Contests".  This was hosted in August 2017 by Primitive Gatherings.  Lisa Bonegean's December 19, 2017 blog post featured the winning quilts.  Moda provided prizes for winners, who also recieved a $100 Gift Card to Primitive Gatherings and a thank you prize for participating! Carol is the smiling face showing another of her minis - the red & white pineapple - in the photo above. 

Way to go, CAROL!!!  


Here is a link to the blog post:






The quilt did not receive any bids (at our minimum of $500 or higher) in the latest silent auction for the Moo-tana Cow Quilt.  The Cow Quilt Committee has prioritized ideas to donate (or sell) the Cow Quilt and identified agenicies which would be interested in accepting, and benefit from having, such a thematic quilt.  The Committee will meet again in Spring 2018 (when two Committee members return from out-of-state) to implement plans to donate the quilt to a non-profit agency.  We'll keep you posted!  Questions?  Contact Emily at president@gallatinquiltguild.com!

February Guild Meeting: Show & Tell!

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