You can view this presentation at:  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0YfvezCX_U&feature=youtu.be.  For more information, visit Patricia’s website at:  https://civilrightsswingcoats.com/.


The “Textile Talks” series was developed in early 2020 by five textile organizations. They are:  the International Quilt Museum, Modern Quilt Guild, Quilt Alliance, San Jose Museum of Quilts & Textiles, Studio Art Quilt Associates, and Surface Design Association.  They host weekly, virtual presentations or panel discussions by quilt and textile artists.  Pre-register to view live at:  https://www.internationalquiltmuseum.org/textile-talks.  Recordings for all past “Textile Talks” are available at:  https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8wATen2F83_m7MQtG-fyS8sPcKzgZeSx.  

Vickie Johnson, Superintendent Quilt & Textile Division, is eager for all our quilt members to enter their quilts. The fair runs from July 21-25, 2021. She needs volunteers on Monday and Tuesday, July 19-20. She'll need a scribe to help the judge while judging. Building sitters are also required and Vicki will set up a schedule for sign-ups as we get closer to the date. If anyone wants to sign up now, they can reach Vicki at Lazyjfour@yahoo.com or call her at 406-570-0624.


The fair is featuring the 56 County Quilt Contest again. If you have friends in other counties, please let them know so they may enter. Wouldn't if be fun to have a quilt from every county this year!

Color My World Quilt by Wendy Williams

Sharon Stoneberger dsstoneberger@gmail.com is the coordinator of this small group. Please email her with your interest and questions!

You must be a Star Member on The Quilt Show https://thequiltshow.com/learn/bom/bom-2021

The pattern is free if you are a member.

Kits are available from them or use your stash!

Includes freezer paper technique.

Barbara Black has several tutorials on her blog and YouTube https://bbquiltmaker.blogspot.com/2021/01/color-my-world-month-1.html




What a wonderful assortment of good ideas you shared at the March 2020 guild meeting! Thank you everyone for submitting and participating. Click on the PDF document below for a copy with photos. Contact names are included if you need more information. We'll keep this on the home page for a couple of months and then move it to "Sew Much More" so you can always access it. Try to support your LOCAL QUILT SHOP first if purchasing!


Adobe Acrobat document [1.2 MB]

Sunflower Quilt Show


Planning Ahead? This show was canceled for 2020 but plan to enter for 2021--last Saturday in July. If you made a quilt, no worries, the sunflowers won't wilt.

Handwork Club - please join us!


The club usually meets at the Sourdough Fire Department, 4541 S. 3rd, Bozeman, on the first Monday of every month (unless holidays, etc. dictate otherwise).  However, all in person is on hold until further notice. Check the Guild Calendar. Bring your handwork of any type and join your "sisters in stitches"!  Questions?  Contact Linda Itoah at handwork@gallatinquiltguild.com .



Guild Website Advertising Policy

The Advertising Policy of the Gallatin Quilt Guild is aligned with our Mission Statement (on the Home page) and our status as a non-profit organization.  Only Business Members of the Guild may advertise on this website, and the advertisements must pertain to some type of needle arts.  Ads will appear on the "Sew Much More" web page.  Ads will be featured at the top of the page.  Ad size is approximately 8.5"x11".  The ad rates are $15 / 1 month or $150.00 / 12 consecutive months.  In a 12-month ad program the ad content can be changed once per month or stay the same, as the advertising Business Member prefers.  It will be the responsibility of the advertising Business Member to send ad artwork and content to website@gallatinquiltguild.com.  Upon receipt of the ad artwork/content and the ad time request, the Business Member will be invoiced by email for the appropriate amount by the Guild Treasurer.  Billable ads will start at the first of each month.

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