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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 with a program presented by invited speakers. You will find the speaker bios and program topics for this year on our Lectures & Classes page.
2016 Raffle Quilt  "American Pride"
2016 Raffle Quilt
“American Pride"


Guild Meeting: Monday, March 14, 2016
Speaker: Peg Pennell
Program: You’ve Come a Long Way Baby

Peg Pennell is a native Nebraskan, born and raised in Omaha. While enjoying all aspects of working with textiles, she is particularly attracted to quilts as the medium for expressing herself.
Primarily drawn to make pieces inspired by nature, Peg also delights in creating quilts with a vibrant and playful flair. She relishes the mental stimulation of designing and executing a particularly challenging project.
Peg has been teaching quilting skills to others for more than 25 years and has won over 200 ribbons and awards, both locally and internationally, for her work. After being commissioned to do a piece for a lobby in a business, she found she enjoyed making art for others to view. Hoping to enlighten the public that quilts are not just bed coverings, she continues to search out venues that will show her work in a gallery setting. Her pieces are quilts..................but they are also art.

Peg's website: www.pegpennell.com

Trunk Show – “You’ve Come a Long Way Baby”  
This trunk show is a look back at quilting from the time Peg began in the early 1970’s to today. We all started somewhere and Peg shares her humble quilt beginnings. Peg’s humorous narrative is bound to make the audience think back to their own quilt histories, successes and follies alike, with a smile.

Class: Terrific Techniques by Machine
Instructor: Peg Pennell
Date: Tuesday, March 15, 2016
Time: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

Want to take a class that that will teach you some useful techniques? This is the one! Learn helpful skills to add to your “bag of tricks” and use them on the projects of your choice when you get home from class. In class you will be learning to set in rounded shapes without pins, how to insert “pick-up sticks” into a finished block or quilt and how to foundation piece without sewing through the paper. No need to go out and buy any new fabric or gadgets. Use things you already have on hand to expand the possibilities for your own work. Come ready for a fun, relaxed class filled with tips and tricks to help make your quilting more interesting and effortless!

Click here for the registration form and supply list.

News …

  • LQG Scholarship

    The Lincoln Quilters Guild awards a $1000 scholarship annually to either a graduate student engaged in studies in the area of textile history or textile conservation at the University of Nebraska, or an individual engaged in the study of quilting outside the academic community.
    Click here for complete information about the scholarship, application requirements and the application form to be completed and submitted.
    The application deadline is April 1, 2016.

  • Quilt Contest

    The Nebraska State Quilt Guild is sponsoring a Quilt Competition as a part of the Nebraska Sesquicentennial celebration. You’ll find details and an entry form on the guild’s website, nsqg.org.

  • Save the Date!

    We know that it’s a long way off, but we wanted you to know that the dates and location of the next LQG quilt show have been set for October 6-8, 2016 at St. Mark's Methodist Church, 70th & Pioneers, Lincoln, Nebraska.
    Sherry Taylor and Kathy Morgan, Co-chairs

  • Quilting Events

    Be sure to check our Quilting Events page for a list of quilt shows and other related events scheduled throughout the state. If you are an organizer of a quilting event, please send information to be included to webmaster@lincolnquiltersguild.org.