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The Lincoln Quilters Guild meets at the College View Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 4015 S 49th St. in Lincoln, Nebraska on the second Monday of each month, March through November.  Meetings begin at 7:00 pm and feature a program presented by an invited speaker. You will find the speaker bios and program topics for this year on our Lectures & Classes page. Visitors are asked to pay $5 to attend the program.
2016 Raffle Quilt  "American Pride"
2016 Raffle Quilt
“American Pride" 
Quilt made and donated by Laura Lenzen.


Guild Meeting: May 8, 2017
Speaker: Scott Flanagan
Program: “My Quilting Journey”

Scott is originally from Longmont, Colorado, and moved to Fremont, Nebraska, in August of 2003 to attend Midland Lutheran College. In 2007, he graduated from Midland with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Administration with concentrations in marketing and management. While in college, he took a part-time job at Country Traditions, and following graduation, he accepted a full-time position at the store and became the Creative Center Coordinator, with his main focus on Pfaff machine sales and educating staff and customers about the machines. He teaches Pfaff owner classes, along with many of the machine technique and machine quilting classes at Country Traditions.

Scott's love of quilting started with his grandmother, but he comes from a family of crafters and woodworkers. He and his grandmother spent many hours at the sewing machine piecing fabric together for quilts for Lutheran World Relief. Scott’s quilting journey spans more than 20 years, and his quilt collection contains more than 150 quilts, and has made more than 300 quilts. He loves to make special quilts for family and friends, sometimes for no reason at all, partly for the joy it brings him and to see the reaction when the quilt is received.

In 2011, Scott started his own pattern design company, “4th and Main Designs by Scott Alan Flanagan”, and spends much of his free time designing quilt patterns exclusively for Country Traditions. He loves the endless possibilities available when designing patterns, and is excited when putting together a project that he has designed. His imagination and creativity led him to win 2nd Place at Pfaff International Convention in 2010 and a Viewers Choice Award at the Prairie Piecemakers Quilt Show in 2010. In 2013 He Won 1st Place in the Applique Division at Pfaff International Convention in Orlando FL with his Quilt titled “Midnight Garden”. When asked what his favorite part of quilting is, his response sums it up, “All of it, from designing, to cutting, to piecing, to quilting, to binding. It is all part of the creative process and by skipping a step it feels as though part of the project is missing."

There is no class in May.

Lincoln Quilters Guild Awards Scholarships

April 14, 2017

The Lincoln Quilters Guild has awarded two $1,000 scholarships to University of Nebraska at Lincoln students for quilt-related research projects.

Molly McPherson is a Ph. D. candidate in Human Sciences with a Textiles, Merchandising and Fashion Design major. Molly’s anticipated graduation date is May 2019.

Jamie Swartz is a UNL Graduate Student currently pursuing a Master of Arts degree with a Textile History/Quilt Studies major. Jamie plans to graduate December 2017.

Molly and Jamie will present their research to Lincoln Quilters Guild members within a year. We are pleased to provide financial support to Molly and Jamie as they pursue their educational endeavors.

Lincoln Quilters Guild Scholarship Committee,
Sheila Green, Pat Hackley and Bonnie Moses

News …

LQG Garage Sale

April 27 -  8am - 4pm for everyone
5pm - 6:30pm for LQG members only
April 28 -  8am - 4pm for everyone

6600 Tanglewood Lane, Lincoln.
(Vicky Skuodas' home)

All items 50% off starting at Noon on Friday.

Donations of quilting or sewing related items, are welcome, including quilting patterns, and quilting books.  

Drop off donations at Vicky's home,
Tuesday, April 25,
between Noon - 7pm

Quilting Events

Be sure to check our Quilting Events page for a list of quilt shows and other related events scheduled throughout the state or surrounding areas. If you are an organizer of a quilting event, here's how you can add your event to the list.