We meet twice each month at the Glen Carbon Senior/Community Center. The monthly meeting is not all business. We open the doors 30 minutes prior to the meeting for socializing, and end with a presentation. The Sew-Ins are primarily a do-your-own-thing get together which can also be utilized for a community service project or a small class.

    • Meeting—3rd Tuesday at 6:30 pm
    • Sew-In—1st Friday at 10:00 am
    Glen Carbon Senior/Community Center
    157 W Main ST
    Glen Carbon, IL 62034


    Marilyn Delay - Chandelier Quilts

    Marilyn will be showing us a quick and easy method to make the popular chandelier quilt.

    April 7

    Chandelier Workshop

    9:30a at Glen Carbon Senior Center

    Marilyn is offering this workshop free to members where she will walk us through making a block. We will spend the day working on our quilts together.

    Marilyn will provide a supply list for the workshop. Bring your machine and supplies.

    Plan on bringing your own lunch and beverage. Shared snacks are always welcome.


    Tea Mahone Trunk show

    arranged by Alanna and Sara

    Tea Mahone, a talented local quilter, will share with us many of her projects in this trunk show. She is very creative, and uses fabrics wisely.

    Visit her website: to get this block pattern for free.

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    Ranger's Pride


    TNT Birthday Party

    Dessert Served

    This is the month it all started back in 1991. We will have birthday cake, decorations and a gift exchange.

    Each person is asked to bring a non-sewing related gift ($15-$20 value). Everybody will get a number. Then the fun begins. For example, person 1 will exchange gifts with the person with the longest hair. Person 2 will swap with someone wearing red. Person 3 will swap with whoever's birthday is closest. You get the idea.



    Garage Sale and Ice Cream Social

    Now is the time to start going through your fabrics, notions, patterns, books, etc. Bring items you no longer use, or have duplicates of to sell at our garage sale. The seller keeps all the sale proceeds. Please provide your own change. We will arrange time for sellers to shop also. It may be a good idea to bring a tote or two for your purchases. If there are specific items (perhaps larger items you are interested in selling) we can mention these items in the May newsletter.

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    Panel Quilt Demo

    Jane Coons

    More details to come



    President's Challenge

    Fall is Coming

    Create anything you would like relating to the Fall season: quilts, cross stitch, needlepoint, knitting, table runners, Halloween, Thanksgiving projects. We will not categorize, nor judge projects. All participants will get their names entered into a drawing for a President’s Challenge prize.

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    More details to come



    Felt Banners and Quilts?

    More details to come



    Guild Auction

    Members are asked to provide items to be auctioned off. This is not a white elephant sale. It is a great time to do some holiday shopping. Items can range from tote bags, purses, quilts, table runners, napkins, hand made ornaments etc. AND NOTE, home baked goods, cookie trays, pies, and homemade candy, are always popular items. One of the most important parts of the auction is to bring your friends and family. The more bidders the better. This is our primary fund raiser, so please help support the guild at this time. “Bid often and bid high”

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    Christmas Party

    More details to come