Future Meetings

Lisa McKissick head shot

Tool Time


Monday, August 6, 2018


Lisa McKissick


Lisa will bring a quilt trunk show plus all the newest tools of our trade including the many rulers that make quilting easier and even more enjoyable.

If you have a few quilters among your antecedents, listen to this: Our August speaker comes from a 125-year family tradition of quilting which has most of us beaten in years. Lisa is an award-winning quilter and has made hundreds of quilts over the last 25 years.

Lisa loves bringing EVERYONE into her quilting world. When her son’s Boy Scout troop needed a service project she taught them all to quilt! The troop made 10 quilts for the wounded warriors returning home.

In her past life, Lisa taught about computers and networking. When she began working at a quilt shop in 2010, she thought that teaching people to quilt was a natural progression in her career! Besides, doesn’t EVERYONE go from teaching about computers to teaching quilting? She soon realized that it's much more fun teaching quilting. However, she feels as though computers are a little less dangerous.

You will find Lisa working part time at a quilt shop in Sonoma, California where she teaches, is a buyer of fabric, notions, and quilting supplies. She regularly attends Quilt Market to find the latest and greatest quilting notions and tools.


Phyllis Martin, Program
program@mpqg.org, 949-243-6511


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Annual Charity Event - Quilt Tying


Monday, September 10, 2018
Note: Second Monday


More information to follow.


Phyllis Martin, Program
program@mpqg.org, 949-243-6511




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Quilting is a Contact Sport


Monday, October 1, 2018


Jenny Lyon


Quilting Is A Contact Sport! is a sometimes humorous look at how quilting effects our lives and relationships. The presentation includes a trunk show of award-winning garments and quilts.

Notes from Jenny ...

Joyfully teaching the art of quilting has been my passion since 2006. My classes are encouraging, supportive, and light-hearted. I love seeing my students realize that they CAN quilt their own work. My teaching takes me to various guilds, at IQF Houston and Chicago and throughout the U.S.

Since I was a little girl trying to make my own clothes, I have been working with fabric. I hail from a long line of traditional bed quilt makers, but I didn’t take a formal class in quilting until 1983. In 1999, I “re-entered” quilting and that one class unleashed a need to create that has not stopped.

I use my domestic sewing machine to create art quilts and wearable art. My work has been juried into the Houston International Quilt Festival, Pacific International Quilt Festival, AQS in Paducah, the Curitiba Quilt Show in Brazil, and has shown in several art galleries as well as SAQA exhibits. Some of my work is held by private collectors.

My oh-so-patient hubby, our Basset boy, and I live in Northern California. Our two grown sons have left the nest to become men, leaving more room for books, fabric and notions.

Phyllis Martin, Program
program@mpqg.org, 949-243-6511



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Meetings are generally held on the first
Monday of every month at:

Pacific Grove Community Center Directions
515 Junipero Street (at 15th)
Pacific Grove, CA 93950

Social time begins at 6:30 p.m. and the meet-
ing starts promptly at 7:00 p.m.


  • Check or cash for workshops and raffle tickets
  • Name tag
  • Community quilts
  • Library books (closed September & December)
  • UFOs (none in September & December)
  • Block of the Month (none in December)
  • Pen and calendar to volunteer