August 20, 2018
Elizabeth B. led a discussion surrounding the myths of the Underground Railroad, based largely on the claims made by the authors of the book, Hidden in Plain View. Historian Giles Wright has written a rebuttal that is "food for thought."
The group has a "casual participation" format where everyone is given an opportunity to share. If you are new to quilt history, you'll bring a different and welcome perspective to any topic. As long as it is quilt related, we want to know about it.
Monday, June 18, 2018 Meeting
Monday, April 16, 2018 Meeting
Meeting dates for 2018
Time: 10 a.m. to noon
Optional but fun: Join in for a "dutch treat" lunch at a local restaurant.
3rd Monday of every other month:
Meeting dates for 2019
The meeting room will be marked by a quilt...or ask in the office which is to the right as you enter the main doors.
We suggest a freewill donation of $3-$5 to thank the church for the use of the room.
Monday, February 19, 2018 Meeting
October 15, 2018
Donna W. presented the history of the Quilt Index and quilt documentation. Click HERE for her lecture notes. The red and white quilt was used as an example, leading to a lively discussion by attendees who also shared Show and Tell items. For more information about the Index and documentation in Arizona, click on the "Organizations" tab above.
West Valley Quilt Study Group
Meeting in Sun City at
First Christian Church of Sun City
14001 N. Thunderbird Blvd
Sun City, AZ 85351
December 17, 2018
Elizabeth B. shared how she traced a pattern off of an antique quilt. Mary L. presented the history of the national Quilters Hall of Fame and the Arizona Quilter's Hall of Fame. The group went to Margaret S.'s home for lunch and show and tell.
The April 17, 2017 Meeting.
20th Century Crib Quilts
October 16, 2017
Presented by Lynn M.
Lynn gave shared many of her crib quilts. After the meeting, the groups went out for a Dutch treat lunch.
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