Quilters' Sew-Ciety of Redding, Inc
A Non-Profit Organization
PO Box 492581, Redding, CA 96003
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Carr Fire Quilt Drive
Our community was devastated by the Carr Fire with 1079 homes destroyed. 
We are collecting new quilts, lap size and larger for our friends and neighbors who lost their homes in the Carr Fire.  

Donations of supplies will also be collected to make quilts using newer quality quilt shop fabric, batting (Warm & Natural, Quilter's Dream, Hobbs) and thread.  
We are asking our members to volunteer their help. If you, your sewing group or Quilt Guild would like to donate quilts, please send an email to: Dorinda Goff at: dorindagg@aol.com  with your name, phone number and what your donation will be.  
Packages can be mailed to our P.O. Box: 
Quilter's Sew-ciety of Redding, inc.
P.O. Box 492581 Redding, Ca 96003

The local drop off location is:
Crafter’s Mall-The Sewing Room 
2665 Park Marina Drive Redding, Ca 96001 10:00am-4:00pm
Welcome to the Quilters' Sew-Ciety of Redding, Inc.

The Quilters' Sew-Ciety of Redding, Inc. was established in 1979 by a small group of ladies who wished to share their interest in the art of quilting.  Since that time, the Sew-Ciety has steadily grown to nearly 250 members.

Many times there are people who love to quilt but don't have the time or opportunity to learn as much as they would like.  With the Sew-Ciety, help is readily available for all levels of quilters just by asking one of the willing members or by utilizing the Sew-Ciety's extensive library services.  A wide variety of quilt-related books are available to check out on a monthly basis.  Also, getting together with other quilters is a great way to share, get new ideas, and see the wonderful items that others have created.

The purpose of the Quilters' Sew-Ciety of Redding, Inc. is to contribute to the growth and knowledge of quilting techniques, patterns, history, and quilt making by providing educational meetings, workshops, fun, and fellowship. Our purpose is also to:

*Sponsor and support quilting activities
*Encourage quilt making and collection
*Promote the appreciation and knowledge of fine quilts
Coming Up...
Quilters' Sew-Ciety Regular Meeting
    Tuesday, December 4th
Meeting at 6:30 pm
   Shasta Senior Center
Quilters' Sew-ciety Board meeting
Tuesday, December 11th at 5:30 pm
Articles for the Newsletter Due:
    Wednesday, December 12th (End of the Day)
       Email articles to: Cheryl Zeh - cheryl.zeh@gmail.com
Quilt Show

Our guild presents a biannual quilt show (even numbered years) to allow our members the opportunity to showcase their work and to give the community a brief glimpse of the beauty they have created in fabric.  The show is currently held in the Spring at the Shasta District Fairgrounds, Anderson.

Quilt Bash

Held on the odd years and most often the first part of June, this event has become a ”happening” for quilters throughout the West Coast.”  Open to all quilters, this four-day event, held at Simpson University in Redding, offers personal sewing time, demos, in-house vendors, raffles, drawings, giveaways, live auction (proceeds going to Reach for Recovery), and so much more. 


The Sew-Ciety offers special workshops throughout the year and pays for renowned quilt teachers to come to Redding from all over the country to teach.  Registration is required for these classes and is offered to guild members first at a discounted rate.

Next Meeting
Tuesday, December 4th
6:30 to 9:00 pm
Shasta Senior Center

Meeting information & directions
If there are questions regarding our activities, meetings and bringing other guild's opportunity quilts to our meetings please click HERE
2018 Quilt Show Theme
"Piecing Our Past and Future"

The 2018 Quilt Challenge was titled "HERstory ~ Notable American Women". Quilters each selected an American woman whose contributions occurred in or while representing the United States. The term Herstory defines the history of women, predominantly as told by women, and this exhibit does just that. The 30 quilts, and the written narratives that hung underneath them provided details about these women and their roles in our nation's "herstory".