Programs & Workshops
Workshops are currently located at:
Cupcake Quilts - 9574 FM 1960 Bypass, Humble, TX 77338
Please see workshop information for specific details. For additional info on workshops or location, contact Workshops or Programs.
All workshops are a $35 fee for members plus any material costs
Benefits of Membership
Featured National Speakers
Workshops by Speakers at a nominal fee
Library of over 250 books
Meeting with those who share your love of quilts
Guild Activities – Block of the Month, Show and Tell
Guild Web Site
Newsletter (The guild newsletter is available on this website and is password protected for our members only. The user ID and password will be on the back of your membership card.)
Membership Renewal is September
Active Member $25.00
Junior Member (elementary through high school) $10.00
Business Member $35.00
To join or renew, please fill out a membership form and bring it with your payment to the Guild meeting or mail it to the address on the form with your check. You can download a copy of the membership form from our website or fill one out at the membership table at the guild meeting. If you have joined or renewed in the six months prior to September, you must still renew in September.
The Membership Directory is available on this website and is password protected for members only to view.
If you have pull tabs from drink cans, you may drop them off at the membership table. These are sent to the Ronald McDonald House.
For questions regarding membership, contact Membership
Current Bee Meetings
1. Community Outreach
Focus is making quilts for kids, Veteran's Lap Quilts and other community
2nd and 4th Mondays at Lake Houston Church of Christ - 10:00 am to 1:00 pm
Contact: Ginny Kinison
2. Easy Does It Charity Bee
3rd Friday of the month - looking for meeting place - 1:00-4:00
Contact: Amanda Gilmore
3. Quiltaholics Bee
1st and 3rd Mondays - 10:00-4:00 (Go to lunch at noon)
Bring your UFO's and machine (or not)
Contact: Rebecca Ward
4. Night Bloomers
Show and Tell
Each month at our guild meetings, we have show and tell, where we show off projects that we have completed. Everyone loves to see what others have been doing. If you have a project that you want to show, download and print the form here, or get one at the guild meeting.
Board of Directors
Board of Directors
Executive Committee/Elected Officers 2018-19
Vice President (Membership)
Vice Pres Programs/Workshops Edit Text
Director of Communications
Director Community Service/Education
Representative at Large
Gina Olive/Ken Robles
Carrie Keith/Ginnie Bodman
Cherrie Kridler (Open)
Show and Tell Edit Text
Lu Ann Schmidt (Open)
Bylaws and Standing Rules Eff Sept 1, 2015
Quilting Related Information
When you make a quilt, always sign your work. It is just as important for a quiltmaker to sign the work as it is for an artist to sign a painting. The most authentic way is to quilt your name, date, and location into the quilt. In lieu of this, you should write your name, date, location, and name of the quilt and/or description on a fabric square and attach it to the back of your quilt.
Storing a Quilt
If you are not displaying all of your quilts, it is best to store them in 100% cotton gift/storage bags or pillowcases. Use crumpled acid-free tissue paper in the folds to help prevent creases from forming in the quilt over time. Try not to stack too many quilts on top of each other because the weight will sometimes form a crease as well. Periodically refolding your quilts is also a good idea.
Do not store quilts in plastic bags. Storing a quilt in plastic not only exposes it to light, it traps dampness and increases the chances of mildew forming. Mildew is extremely difficult to remove from quilts.
Always store quilts in a cool, dry spot. Do not keep your quilts in the attic or in the basement. This is the ideal way to preserve all of your treasured quilts, fiber art, needlework, and fabric heirlooms
Area Quilt Shops
Humble Sewing Center
Jean's Corner (Livingston)
Painted Pony 'n Quilts
Montgomery Quilt Co