Application for Membership

Annual Dues

(April 1st - March 31st)


$25.00 Full Membership

$15.00 Associate Membership


What do you get for your membership? Here are just a few of the benefits:


  • Monthly Guild Meeting 
  • Newsletter --  The Patchwork Gazette serves as the main communications avenue to get information to all Guild members and is published monthly. Notices of meeting time, place, and programs are always in the news! Our newsletter will contain information about upcoming workshops. In addition, our local quilt shop and self-employed quilters place ads for their services, upcoming sales, classes, and special events.
  • Access to the Members Only section of the website
  • Eligibility for Door Prizes at the Guild Meeting
  • Participation in the 'Fun Stuff' such as the 50/50, Fat Quarter Drawing, and Stash Builder.
  • Access to the LPQG Library
  • Discount on Workshops for all skill levels
  • "Show and Tell" where members share their work at the Guild meeting
  • Retreats
  • Participation in the Block of the Month
  • Discount on Bus travel to the Int'l Quilt Festival

COME JOIN THE FUN!!


Submit the form below along with payment to the designated address

Charter Members - Celebrating 25 Years in 2019!

The Livingston Piecemakers Quilt Guild formed...

March 30, 1994

March 30, 1994 The Livingston Piecemakers Quilt Guild was formed. The Guild was an idea of a former Livingston resident, Frances McDonald. Several ladies would meet at her quilt fabric shop and have a show and tell. Ideas were exchanged and after several meetings the ladies decided to form a Quilt Guild.

Charter Members of The Livingston Piecemakers Quilt Guild

1. Frances McDonald*

2. Betty Williams

3. Barbara Warner

4. Helen Huber*

5. Willouise Hawkins*

6. Juanita DooLittle*

7. Mary Nelson*

8. Betty Challenger*

9. Margaret Crownover*

10. Donnie Moore*

11. Luella Blankenship*

12. Donna McIntyre

13. Betty Tand

14. DeLoris M. Oakes

In Memory

“Come unto Me all those who are weary

and heavy laden and I will give thee rest.” 


While we mourn their passing, yet we rejoice that it was our privilege to have shared a part of their lives, for we are the benefactors.


Frances McDonald

Helen Huber

Willouise Hawkins

Juanita Doolittle

Mary Nelson

Betty Challenger

Margaret Crownover

Donnie Moore

Luella Blankenship


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