Heartland Quilters of The Eastern Shore

September - Board Changeover
Thursday September 7th we will have our Board Changeover meeting!

It has been a great pleasure to have been the Heartland President these last 2 years, I look forward to the great things the guild has in store for 2018!  
  1. Join us the first Thursday of each month at Choptank Electric in Denton for our meetings 7pm-9pm
    1
    Join us the first Thursday of each month at Choptank Electric in Denton for our meetings 7pm-9pm
For the love of quilting

Heartland Quilters of The Eastern Shore

Established in 1985 to bring together persons interested in quilts and quilting. We support and encourage the art of making, studying and enjoying quilts. We offer a variety of programs, lectures and classes/workshops related to quilting.

Upcoming Meeting Schedule

  1. September
    9/7/17 We will have our board change over meeting
  2. October
    **NOTE MEETING NIGHT DATE CHANGE** 10/6/17 Sweet Season Quilts-Sue Pritt-lecture Sat. 10/7/17 class if you are interested in the fusable landscape appliqué class give Chris a call today 410-479-4664
Meet The Team
  1. Chris Parker - President
    I started quilting in 1993 when I joined the Heartland Quilt Guild with my mother. We actually learned from one of the members by sewing blocks together by hand. At that time I did not even own a sewing machine. Now I piece and appliqué, and I enjoy art quilts as well. I like to try new and different techniques and pass those along to new quilters.
  2. Lynn Davis - Vice President
    I joined the Guild in 2011
  3. Kay Butler-Treasurer
    Kay began her quilting journey over 30 years ago when she first made an Amish crib quilt for her newborn daughter. The quilting stitches of that little Amish quilt were real toe catchers, but that first project fueled a lifelong passion of quilt adventures and quilting projects. Kay is a past president of the Heartland Quilt Guild of the Eastern Shore and the Helping Hands Quilt Guild of Dover. She is an avid antique quilt collector, quilt historian and conservator and is a member of the American Quilt Study Group. She has taught in the Caroline County School for 31 years and is now embracing her retirement years teaching the next generation about quilting. Kay enjoys making patterns from antique quilts and reproduces those patterns with modern fabrics.
September Meeting
We will have our Board changeover meeting!! We will welcome our new board members for the 2018 year!