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Ocean Waves Quilters Quilt Show

Orr's Island Schoolhouse 1594 Harpswell Islands Rd, Orr's Island, ME, United States

26th Annual Quilt Show sponsored by Ocean Waves Quilters of Orr's and Bailey Islands. July 8, 9, & 10 Friday & Saturday 10 am - 4 pm Sunday 10 am - 3 pm Orr's Island Schoolhouse Route 24 Free Admission, Donanations Accepted

Chickadee Quilters Quilt Show

Stevens Brook Elementary School 14 Frances Bell Dr, Bridgton, ME, United States

41st Annual Quilt Show sponsored by Chickadee Quilters. Quilt Exhibits - Demonstrations - Vendor Area - Yard Sale - Chickadee Auction - Cafe July 9 & 10 10 am - 4 pm Stevens Brook Elementary School Off Route 302 Bridgton, Maine Donations at the door $5 For information, contact


Quilters’ and Crafters’ Yard Sale – Tacoma Lakes

Morning Star Lodge 2422 Hallowell Rd., Litchfield, ME, United States

Tacoma Lakes Quilters is having a Quilters' & Crafters' Yard Sale on Saturday, September 17th at the Morning Star Lodge, 2422 Hallowell Rd, Litchfield from 9-3 - all inside -rain or shine. 15 tables, lots of items including fabric, notions, books, patterns, yarn, and other craft supplies. We will also be selling raffle tickets on our beautiful quilt with the drawing @ 3 pm. Hope to see you there.

Clueless Quilters Quilt Show

The Meeting House Route 222, Stetson, ME, United States

The Clueless Quilters are hosting a quilt show on Saturday October 8 from 9 am to 3 pm. Location: The Meeting House on Route 222, Stetson, ME There will be quilt and craft vendors, tea cut raffle, and sales table. Lunch will be available. Free admission. Donations accepted.

Area 5 Meeting

St. Andrew Lutheran Church 175 Douglas Hwy, Ellsworth, ME, United States

Area 5 Meeting Host: Hancock County Quilters October 15, 2022 @ 10 am - 2 pm Location: St. Andrew Lutheran Church, 175 Douglas Hwy (corner of Routes 184 & 1), Ellsworth. 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.  Socializing and Area 5 business 11 a.m. -  12 p.m. Program 12 p.m. - 2 p.m.  Personal brown bag lunch with desserts and beverages provided by the host chapter and Show & Tell Suggested donation to attend: $3.00 Guest Speaker(s):  Abby Gilchrist (Fiddlehead Artisan Supply) and Amelia Poole (Ecouture), Maine co-authors of "Modern Fabric: Twenty-Five Designers on Their Inspiration and Craft" What to Bring: Name tag Brown Bag Lunch


Area 4 Fall Meeting

Hope Baptist Church 726 Western Ave., Manchester, ME, United States

“ Anything Goes Fashion Show” Planned by - Backroad Quilter’s Lunch will be provided. Admission: $5.00 Wear or bring a  (new or loved) fashion item you have made and/or a quilt for Show and Tell.  Maybe your whole Chapter had a workshop and made items you could share and tell about. We will need a head count by October 10th. We realize some may not like to drive home at night. We suggest car pooling with someone who could pick you up.  RSVP to Jane Hann-Morey  207- 622-0343 Come and join the fun.


Area 4 Spring Meeting

Hope Baptist Church 726 Western Ave., Manchester, ME, United States

Frances Parker will be the guest speaker. There will be Show and Tell, so please bring something to share with everyone. The Maine Quilt show raffle quilt will be on display. Light refreshments, desserts, and tea and coffee will be served. RSVP to Meliss Swanson at


Area 4 Spring Meeting

Pleasant Street Methodist Church, Waterville Maine 61 Pleasant St., Waterville, ME, United States

Hop into Spring Speaker: Jan Frost, an avid quilter who owned Stitches Quilt Shop in Newport and now manages Yardgoods in Waterville. She will have a trunk show and talk about the Sew Wonderful Quick Curve ruler. Rulers and books for sale. Bring: 1 or 2 non-perishables for Waterville Food Bank, unfinished 12 1/2" rabbit block for a block drawing, Show and Tell.  Food -Appetizers and deserts, coffee, tea, water. Donation of $5 to go to the cost of the event.


Area 5 Spring Meeting

St. Andrew Lutheran Church 175 Douglas Hwy, Ellsworth, ME, United States

Speaker : Linda Throckmorton - After moving to Cutler, Maine in 1975, I had to redirect my competitive spirit. I learned to quilt using sewing skills I’d had for 32 years. My teachers were 2 women, with whom we were founders of PTQG at the 1977 quilt show. Besides building and running Gingham, my fabric shop, I entered every block contest I found. My entries in the Hoffman Challenge began with their third year, lasting until they went digital, just before COVID. I served as the Area 5 Representative and Special Events committee for 14 years.

Island Quilters Quilt Show

Somesville Union Meeting House 1134 Main St., Somesville, ME, United States

Admission by donation. Quilts, quilts, quilts!  De-stash sale!

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