Welcome to the Village Quilters Website
We are a 501(c)3 organization.
Located in Loudon, Tennessee, The Village Quilters guild has over 300 current members -- from all over east Tennessee.
We welcome guests to our general meetings, so check the
program listing for what's coming soon.
Throughout our site, you'll find we offer many opportunities for education and community service. So come and join us -- you'll see that quilting is more than what your grandmother used to do!
Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church
260 Wade Road West
Loudon, TN 37774
(one mile west of Hwy 444, Tellico Pkwy)
Date: 2nd Friday of the month
Time: 9:15 AM social time, 9:45 meeting
Dues: $25 annually (no proration, Full Membership)
CLASSES and WORKSHOPS
Chota Rec Center
145 Awohili Drive
Loudon, TN 37774
Rugby TN "Wave the Red, White and Blue" Quilt Event
April 10 and 11, 10 am - 6 pm, $10 admission, Veterans free. Click link, above.
There will be lots to do including a presentation by Sue Reich on Friday evening. Her special collection of WWII Quilts will be available for viewing throughout the show!
2015 Guild Challenge
Our Guild Challenge will be held at the June 12th meeting and this year it's as easy as 1-2-3. Read all about it on the new Challenge Tab and start making that baby quilt -- June will be here before you know it!!
New Guild Board Members
A listing of our 2015 Village Quilters Board Members has been posted. If you are considering future participation as a member of the board, click on each job title for more information.
Updated Photo Albums
We have new albums with photos from recent Meetings, Classes and Workshops, as well as our other events over the past few months. Looks like everyone has been having a great time!
"The New Face of Art Quilts"
Pat Pauly is a pioneer quilt artist who lives in Rochester, NY. She retired from a career as a museum exhibit designer and is now able to travel to teach and share her passion for quilting. Her work was chosen from thousands of entries for Quilt National 1983 and 2011. Pat uses bold color and unusual combinations of printed and painted fabric. For our meeting presentation, Pat will explore the similarities between the composition of traditional quilts and the avant-garde art pieces that more resemble paintings and prints than their cozy counterparts.
For more information about Pat's classes, go to the Programs & Classes tab.