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Next SCCQG Quarterly meeting - July 13, 2024 
Topic:  Officers Roundtable discussion.  Once again we will utilize breakout rooms for the various officers groups to meet and share ideas.  This meeting is a great opportunity for officers that are new to their position. 

April 13, 2024 - SCCQG Quarterly Meeting - Meet the Teachers

Thank you to Sue Glass, our moderator, and the 25 teachers who joined us to share information about their lectures and workshops.  The Teacher Breakout Rooms were busy for the full hour.  Hopefully, many of the guilds were able to book speakers for the coming year! 
We did record the presentations (two files) and those links are enclosed here.  We did a rough edit of the recording to narrow it down to the speakers. The file contains notes about roughly where in the timeline each speaker begins.  
Information regarding how to contact the teachers is in the 2024 MTT List of Teachers file below. That has been updated to include Anne Sonner. 

2024 MTT List of Teachers
2024 MTT Teacher Presentation Order
2024 MTT Attendance Guidelines


Check out the Calendar at the bottom of the Home Page!

Lots of new events posted on the calendar recently.  Check them out!

We're getting back to something like normal.  You can see many more events and quilt shows listed in the calendar.  Is your guild starting to plan an event?  Send your event information to for Sandy, our webmaster, so that she can post your information on the Calendar.

Gallery of Guild Opportunity Quilts

Go to the Calendar to view details on how/where to purchase tickets. 

Please use the following information to prepare your opportunity quilt photos and information for submission to the Gallery of photos:

  • Provide an image file of the quilt (JPG or JPEG or PNG format)
  • Please size the image to 300 pxls (pixels) on the largest side of the photo.
  • Either in the email forwarding that photo or a separate document, give us the name of the quilt, the size, date of the drawing and other information you wish to provide about the quilt. Provide this in Microsoft Word format.
Friendship Square Quilt Guild Opportunity Quilt
Whimsical Garden, by Becky Goldsmith
Size: 74"X90"
September 15, 2024
North Cities Guild Opportunity Quilt
Gift of Spring. Size: 76"X84"
September 23, 2024

Quilters Etc. Opportunity Quilt
Cosmos by Seven Sisters. Pieced and quilted by Beth Anthony. Size: 60"X76"
October 24, 2024
Santa Clarita Valley Quilt Guild Opportunity Quilt
October 26, 2024
Garden Party

Mountain Quilters of Idyllwild, Size:  Queen
November 13, 2024

El Camino Quilters Opportunity Quilt
December 10, 2024

Central Coast Quilters Opportunity Quilt
Emilee's Bubble. Size: 60"X68"
December 17, 2024
Olde Towne Quilters of Nipomo Opportunity Quilt
Simple Summer Sampler from Sentimental Stitches. Size: 76"X92.5"
December 19, 2024

Coachella Valley Quilt Guild Opportunity Quilt
"The Sum of Its Parts" designed and pieced by Loretta Duffy, quilted by Kelley Bachli
December 24, 2024
Valley Quilters Guild
Tribal Sunset, Designed by Material Maven.
Size: 88"X89"
February 8, 2025
Glendale Quilt Guild Opportunity Quilt
Sky Dance.  Size:  90"X90"
February 8, 2025

Welcome to the Southern California Council of Quilt Guilds!

Welcome to the Southern California Council of Quilt Guilds (SCCQG) website. The purpose of this site is to provide council information to member guilds, business partners, and individual members.

The Southern California Council of Quilt Guilds (a 501 (c) (3) association) was organized for several purposes:
  • To foster and promote knowledge and participation in the craft/art form of quilting, patchwork, appliqué, and all other aspects of quilt making.
  • To act as an information network for quilt guilds with similar objectives in promoting continued interest in quilt making.
  • To provide a forum for cooperative endeavors among all quilt guilds in Southern California and surrounding areas.
  • To readily inform quilt guilds and individual quilters of resources available to them.
  • To encourage development of friendships state, nation, and world wide.
  • To foster education through cooperative sharing of speakers, teachers, and programs for member guilds.
  • To act as a resource for those wishing to organize new guilds.
  • To maintain a calendar for quilting events in the Southern California geographic area and to make such information readily available.