2024 Guild Programs

The 2024 Chair for Guild Meeting Programs is still open and being recruited by Jonna Butler– Chair of Education Committee. Jonna is organizing programs for now and detail will be posted soon.

August–Teresa from Wooden Quilts Creations (was at our show)

September–Judy Mahaney from Remember Me Shop

October–Vicki Beasley the Scrappy Farmer Trunk Show

November–Deb Rees from Blind and Veterans Services with share how their organization helps and the way this year’s Challenge quilts will be presented.

December–Holiday Party

Guests are welcome to attend our in-person programs at no charge.

Each monthTwo members will present a 5 min “Every Quilt Tells a Story”; if other members have a story, sign up with Jonna Butler at [email protected].

January 2024–Darlene Landrum–What Judges Look For in Quilts

February 2024–Peggy Moody–Indigenous Quilting–insights into Native American and Hawaiian quilting traditions.

March 2024–Diane Siddons shares the history of our guild’s challenges. There will be a trunk show of challenges from previous years.

April 2024–Serenity House will share how their organization helps our community and how our quilters have helped their residents.

May–Connie Smith’s Dare To Create Trunk Show

June–Linda Pumphrey–Red and White Quilts

July–Cindy Albright–Australian Quilting


In 2023, we had several outstanding programs:

November–Mary Spilman will present “What Was I Thinking??”–a trunk show of her many scrappy quilts. Our annual “garage” sale will be held before the meeting and during break. Voting for 2024 Officers will be held. RSVP to December meeting is required for food preparations.

December–Celebration of our 40th Anniversary of Hill N Hollow Quilt Guild.  Program will be Meet and Greet our past Presidents, along with our annual Holiday Party.  RSVP to December meeting is required for food preparations.



October–no guild meeting due to Quilt Show Autumn in the Ozarks

September–Merilyn Scott “My Quilt Journey” trunk show

August–Modern Traditionalism–Darlene Landrum and Mod Squad

July–Angie Lindberg (Pres. Elect) Survey Results for “Characteristics of A Healthy Quilt Guild and How Hill n Hollow can Benefit” gathered by attending the Heartland Quilt Network Conference

June–The Joy of Fusible Applique’–Vicki Kauth

May–“Picture Piecing” Program (see Workshop tab for more information on Callie Hargiss)

April–Sharon Crozier “Every Quilt Has A Story”

March 2023–Make and Take Projects–Ann Wilson

February 2023–Member, Betty Pulver, has entered every guild challenge.  She  will present her challenges from previous years. Come be inspired, and bring your own challenge projects to share. Diane Siddons, Challenge Chair will announce this year’s Challenge.

January 2023 –“Into the Light” Speaker Lisa Jo Blossom shared what their organization does to stop child trafficking in Mt Home. Our guild donates quilts to this group.


January 2022 ProgramMaureen Forster–quilting shortcuts.

February 2022 Program–Applique’ Addicts group trunk show

March– Cancelled due to weather —Quilts of Valor–Mary Hazel–Rescheduled to May.

April — “All in the Sashing” Barb Eikmier Trunk Show

May –Quilts of Valor–Mary Hazel

June — Improvisational Quilting– Darlene Landrum

July –Christmas in July –Carol Lewis

August  –Quilting Tricks and Hints –Leslie Collins

September –Charity Beckley– and Quilt Congress Sign Up

October –no program due to Quilt Congress

November  –Remember Me Quilt Shop–Judy Mahaney;  Works of Faith Ringgold–Connie Martin

Our Mission – The Hill 'N Hollow Quilters Guild is founded to preserve, promote, share and teach the art of quilting.