• Monterey Peninsula Quilters Guild has a General Meeting on the First Monday of the month (with a few holiday exceptions).  Currently they are presented through a Zoom link.

  • Our meeting starts at 6:30pm and include a special presentation with an invited speaker. The speakers are nationally and internationally known quilters. 

  •  All members will receive a Zoom link the day of the meeting.

  • There is a guest fee of $5 for meetings with speakers.

Monday, July 11, 2022  6:30 pm

Pacific Grove Community Center, 515 Junipero Street (at 15th) in Pacific Grove

Roderick Kiracofe

Unconventional & Unexpected Quilts

Saturdays, July 16, 9am - 1pm and July 23, 9am - 11am

(6-hour workshop is split into two sessions on Zoom)

Workshop with Mel Beach

Intriguing Interleaves

Unlock the fun and intrigue of Interleave quilts. This workshop will reveal all the secrets behind creating the illusion of curves and transparency using only straight line stitching. Best of all, Interleave quilts are assembled using a quilt-as-you-go technique, so your unique Interleave quilt will be pieced and quilted at the same time! 

Mel is passionate about teaching/lecturing, with a focus on quilting on a domestic machine and modern quilting techniques. Starting in 2016, Mel has taught for quilt shops, guilds and quilt shows all across the United States including several large venues: Road to California, Pacific International Quilt Festival, Virtual Quilt Show, Online Quilt Festivals, Virtual Quilt Festival, and Craft Napa. 

Workshop fee: $46 (includes Pellon 820 - 22”x22” piece)

Monday, May 2, 2022  6:30 pm  ZOOM

Carrie Zizza

A Deep Dive into Needles, Thread, Batting and Fabrics

This lecture covers the minutiae, ins, outs, tips and tricks of choosing the right ingredients for your quilt sandwich. From which way to unwind a spool of thread to why does this batting beard?!? Carrie will  lay out an array of information for your consumption. Yum!

Monday,June 6, 2022 6:30 pm  ZOOM

Daisy Aschjehoug

The Anatomy of a Curve

"Quilt designs with curves draw me in every single time. Whether big or small, improvised or precise, drunkard's path or quarter circle square, I love analyzing what makes a curve work in a design. And I absolutely sewing them. During our time together, you'll see how understanding the geometry in a curve will help sew curves of all kinds. The lecture is part inspiration, part demo, and the tiniest part high school geometry. By the end, you'll be ready to sit down at your sewing machine and give curves a try!"