Small Groups

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Education Workshop files

Flange Binding Worksheet
GQG Workshop - 03-05-2022 Flange Bindi[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [126.1 KB]
Guild Workshop 4-30-200
GQG Workshop - 04-30-2022 Accu Quilt C[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [131.4 KB]

Program Files

Tips For Organizing

tips for clutter.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [76.7 KB]

Boost Your Quilting Using Software!

PoseRazor Presentation for Guild.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [2.2 MB]
Boost Your Quilting With Software
Boost Your Quilting with Software Handou[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [51.3 KB]

Mixed Media On Fabric


Sharon Stoneberger and Carol Leasure shared information on how to enhance your quilts using mixed media techniques at the September 2022 Gallatin Quilt Guild monthly meeting. They highlighted the use of Crayons, Prismacolor Premier Colored Pencils, Inktense pencils, Oilstiks, and textile paints on fabric. Sharon demonstrated how to “make your own fabric” using free-motion thread stitching and free-motion fabric collage.


Learn more about these techniques by clicking on the documents below. Sharon and Carol have also shared some of their sources for associated projects on the Resource document below.

Colored Pencils
Colored Pencils.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [138.9 KB]
Crayons on Fabric
Crayons on Fabric.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [284.9 KB]
Adobe Acrobat document [175.4 KB]
Free Motion Thread
Free Motion Thread Fabric.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [427.6 KB]
Adobe Acrobat document [156.5 KB]
ProFab Textile Paint
PROfab Textile Paints.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [84.5 KB]
Stitched Fabric Collage
Stitched Fabric Collage.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [193.9 KB]
Textile Paints
Textile Paints.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [197.9 KB]
Mixed Media Resources
Mixed Media Resources.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [125.8 KB]

Foundation Paper Piecing


April 12,2022- A program on various methods of Foundation Piecing was presented by Peg Ziegler, Donna Gollehon, and Carol Leasure at the April Guild meeting. The following PowerPoint Programs were used to illustrate their methods, 


The Chronicle Quilt.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [6.3 MB]
Paper Piecing.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [12.3 MB]
Adobe Acrobat document [315.0 KB]
String Quilts Apr 2022-Peg.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [9.3 MB]

Fabric Cutting Machines

In our March meeting handouts were provided giving you Links and a comparison of each machine. Please click on the documents below.

Fabric Cutting Machines Links and Compar[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [103.4 KB]
Cutting with Cricut - Tips and Tricks fo[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [115.5 KB]

Tips, Tricks, and Techniques

10 of our members presented a total of 19 Tips, Tricks, and Techniques at the February Guild Meeting. Carol Leasure compiled a summary of these ideas. Open the file below to read about all of them. 


Tips, Tricks, and Techniques
Tips Summary.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [621.9 KB]
Flyer for Big Sky Quilt Fair
2022-publicity-fair quilts[2334].docx
Microsoft Word document [15.7 KB]

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  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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