The Livingston Piecemakers Quilt Guild was established and organized in Livingston, Texas in 1994 to promote the art of quilting and encourage fellowship among quilters. Quilters enjoy the camaraderie and the experience of learning new techniques and styles together.
Members of this guild include experienced quilters who make prizewinning quilts, both by hand and machine, new quilters who are just learning the art, and those who are in between those opposite skill levels.
See Membership page for additional
information on how to become a member!
Our monthly meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month and include a short business meeting and an educational program or demonstration is presented. Guest speakers frequently bring "Trunk Shows" to display their talents and skills.
9:00 am - Fellowship & Refreshments
9:30 am - Guild Meeting
Blanchard Baptist Church
Livingston, TX 77351, USA
Driving directions to Blanchard Baptist Church in Livingston, Texas:
From Livingston, take Hwy 190 East toward Onalaska. Turn left onto FM 2457 (in front of the Shell station) and drive 2.3 miles. The church will be on your right at the intersection of FM2457 and FM3126. The meetings are held in the second building after you enter the parking lot.
From Onalaska, take Hwy 190 West toward Livingston. Turn right onto FM 3126 (at the blinking light) and drive 2.7 miles. The church is at the end of FM3126 at the intersection on the left. You can turn into the parking lot from FM3126. The meetings are held in the 1st building you come to.
We are a 501c3 nonprofit organization.
We are dedicated to the education on many
levels about the art of quilting and serving the
community through projects.
The best way to get to know others is to:
The Livingston Piecemaker's Quilt Guild is sponsored by Jean's Corner
located at 712 North Jackson Street in downtown Livingston, Texas.
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