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The 2014 Board

Bonnie Stapleton, President
Sandie Terrien, Vice President
Jane Rager , Secretary
Cindy Moser, Treasurer
Jane Elbert, Parliamentarian

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2015 Guild Challenge: Lovely as a Tree

Click here to view rules  Challenge quilts due at June Guild Meeting

2015 Block of the Month--Spinning Pinwheels

Quilt finished size about 50" x 62"

Fabric Requirements

  • Light fabric: 1
  • Medium-light fabric: 1
  • Medium-dark fabric: 1
  • Dark fabric: 1
  • Border and binding fabric: 2 yards

Michele will bring us the 2015 Block of the Month from Connecticut!!!  Thanks to Boni, Connie, and Darlene who will get the patterns early to share samples at our monthly meetings!

Block 1 Pinwheel Four Patch

Click here for Pinwheel Four Patch instructions

Block 2 1930's Pinwheel in a Square

Click here for Pinwheel in a Square instructions

Block 3  3-D Pinwheel

Click here for 3-D Pinwheel instructions


Come Join Us!

We meet on the second Saturday every month at the Powhatan County Library (2270 Mann Road, Powhatan, VA 23139) from 9:00am until noon. Check out our Calendar link to see what we have planned.



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Guild Quilt

Our Guild Quilt

We created this quilt in 2005.  Each block is a "Sun Bonnet Sue" representation of each member.  New members are asked to create a block to add to our quilt.  We plan to make panels to hang along side the original quilt.
Individually we are quilters; together we are The Country Piecemakers'!

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President's Gavel

The President's Gavel was created by Deane Cox, a member of the Arts and Crafts Guild of Goochland.  It will be passed from President to President over the years. 

Our Mission

Our Guild was organized February 2003 to serve Powhatan, Amelia, Goochland, Cumberland, Cartersville, Chesterfield, Buckingham, and surrounding counties.

Our mission is to preserve quilt history and expand quilt knowledge and techniques for both quilters and non quilters alike.