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Welcome to the Asheville Quilt Guild!

In Western North Carolina, surrounded by the beauty of the Blue Ridge Mountains, the Asheville Quilt Guild is a group devoted to promoting beauty through the art of quilting. We welcome you and would like to share with you some of who we are and what we do.

Business Meeting and Program

August 19, 2014, 6:00 p.m.

Annual Guild Potluck

at the Governor's Western Residence

Try to carpool, since parking is limited, but if you can't carpool, don't let
it keep you from coming. There is a roof on the picnic pavilion, so we will meet
rain or shine.

Directions: From Tunnel Road and Town Mountain Road (between the tunnel and Charlotte
Street), go 2.3 miles up (north) Town Mountain Road and turn left onto Patton
Mountain Road. (Look for the [small] sign directing you to the Western Residence).
Proceed up Patton Mountain Road for 0.2 mile. The Residence entrance is on the right.

Don't Forget Show and Tell!!

2014 Opportunity Quilt
"Twilight on the Blue Ridge"
2014 Opportunity Quilt

Tickets: $1 each, 6 for $5, 12 for $10
To purchase tickets, please contact Sharon Smaldone.

Quilt layout and machine piecing by Pam Hill, Vickie Lemonds and Sharon Smaldone.

Thank you to our 2014 Opportunity Quilt Sponsors for their generosity:

  • Quilt top fabric - Tennessee Quilts and the Asheville Quilt Guild

  • Quilt backing, batting and piecing thread - Asheville Cotton Co. and the Asheville Quilt Guild

  • Machine quilting and thread - Tennette Curry, Creative Stitches Studio



    2013 Dorothy Tresner honor awarded to Dort Lee!

    Dort Lee was honored at our December Holiday Luncheon as the 2013 recipient of the
    Dorothy Tresner Award for her long-term commitment and devotion to the art of quilting.
    She has been a member of the Guild for 23 years and has volunteered for many responsibilities,
    among them Newsletter Editor, Quilt Show Chair and Membership Chair. Dort also designed an
    original pattern for the 1994 raffle quilt and permitted the Guild to sell the pattern as a fundraiser. Congratulations, Dort!