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, 9:30 meeting
Dues: $25 annually (no proration, Full Membership)
CLASSES and WORKSHOPS
Chota Rec Center
145 Awohili Drive
Loudon, TN 37774
What's Coming Up?
Going to Paducah?
Our guild Treasurer, Maria Grimm, has tickets to the National Quilt Museum in Paducah -- FREE to the first 20 guild members who contact her.
2018 AQS Ultimate Guild Challenge
Click on the link at the top of this page for complete info about our next guild challenge! Think HEXAGONS!
We have met the minimum for the September Bus Trip to the Fall Paducah AQS Show. There is still room for a few more people.
This trip is now open to friends outside our guild. Click here for complete information.
July Shop Hop Fun
Members had a ball and are all stocked up with great bargains for their next projects. Click here for the group photo.
Coming to Knoxville October 4th
The Wall That Heals, a half-scale replica of the Vietnam Wall in Washington DC will be coming to Knoxville on October 4th. It will be installed at 4pm on the 4th and be available for viewing 24 hours a day, free of charge, until October 8th. It will be located on Berry Lynhurst Funeral Home property at 2300 Adair Drive, Knoxville. Many presentations and honors will occur on October 5th and a special QOV award presentation is being planned for 10am on October 6th.
Rob is a man who loves to sew and is proud of it. You may have seen some of his video tutorials online—we saw one of his videos here last January. Rob worked in his mother’s quilt shop in Morrow Bay, California, where he developed a fondness for Hawaiian shirt making. And now, 20 years later he is designing fabrics, writing books and creating patterns and loving to teach.
For his guild presentation, Rob will do a trunk show highlighting what he has learned in his 20 year career and sharing some of his design secrets and masculine perspective on quilt making.
The Village Quilters presented a quilt to the Christ Our Savior Lutheran Church on August 11th honoring the celebration of the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
Accepting on behalf of the Church were Pastors Brian and Mark.
Ladies who made the quilt -
In early March, Leslie Phillips, Rita Hollenbacher, and Linda Arbuckle had the honor or representing the guild at the Tellico Lake American Legion. The Legion Post presented a check to us for the Quilts of Valor. Our reps were touched to hear a few of their members tell the importance of quilts they have previously received.
March 2, 2017; Tellico Lake American Legion Post #256 presented Village Quilters with a check for Quilts of Valor.
Pictured: Commander Vic Vickery, Leslie Phillips, Rita Hollenbacher and Linda Arbuckle