River Heritage Quilt Guild

New Member information.

Hot Dog Pillowcase directions: Make pillowcases for children in hospitals

Bring your Hobbs batting UPC codes to Deanna or Darla for Community Projects.


Use your guild membership card for discounts at the Sikeston shop and at Hancock's in Cape.
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About Us
Angel Quilts
Basic Sewing Supplies
Block of the Month Pat Sloan's My Secret Garden
Calendar
Community Projects
Constitution and History Also has the policy handbook
Cool Collar directions (no longer a guild project)
Fons and Porter Offer and Order Form
Historian Photos We now use Facebook for guild photos.
Links
Little Dresses for Africa website (send them directly to the organizers)
Membership form
Mini Auction / Sale to fight cancer
Newsletters: Send your news to the Newsletter Editor
Mystery Quilt Hop Report
Pillowcase Project
Photos Go to the Facebook page to see more
Officers
Opportunity Quilt
Quilt Show 2016    -   Link to Missouri Star Tutorial, theme for 2016
Quilts of Valor
Recipes
Tips from our newsletter -- from long ago
Vendors
Where we meet
Some older pages, not recently changed
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Where we meet (We love visitors!)

Cape Girardeau Public Library, 711 North Clark, Cape Girardeau, MO

Exit 99 Off I-55, Go east (towards Cape) to third stoplight (Broadway), turn left on Broadway
(I am not counting the lights at the exit ramps)

At first light on Broadway, turn left onto Clark (If you pass McDonalds, you missed it)

The Library is about one long block away. It's on the left. If you get to a mandatory left turn, you've gone too far.

 Starting in May 2016, we will meet at the Cape Senior Center,  921 North Clark St., Cape Girardeau, MO, except for the September picnic.

 

RHQG Membership Form

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About Us
We have more than 100 members, whose talents vary from wonderfully gifted quilt artists to never-ever-quilted-but-I want-to-learn beginners. We have new members and guests at every meeting. Expert or neophyte, we just all love to quilt and to be with others like-minded.
We have a quilt show in even years.  We have a spring weekend retreat at Kentucky Lake, sponsor workshops, make quilts for local organizations such as the Safe House for Women, and have a Block of the Month. Every year we have a challenge quilt activity.
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