Annapolis Quilt Guild

            Chapter #MD229 of the National Quilt Association 

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     About us

  Our Guild was established in 1981.   We have about 300 members.

The purpose of our organization shall be to advance fellowship among persons interested in the art of quilting; to preserve the tradition, culture, and history of quilting; and to enjoy and appreciate others' work.

Our meetings are held the first Monday of the month.  When the first Monday falls on a holiday, the meeting is held the following Monday.  The meetings begin at 7:00 pm and usually last until 9:00pm.

Our meeting location is at

      Knights of Columbus

      2590 Solomons Island Road

      Edgewater, MD 21401


We have a guest speaker or an organized program at each of our Monday meetings.  Our featured speaker may also conduct workshops which are generally held the weekend prior to the meeting, on the day of the meeting or the day after the meeting.  Members must make reservations for the workshops since seats are limited; fees are about $40 to $90.

You are invited to attend our next meeting!  Bring along a copy of our Membership Form     

Members also have access to a Members' Only area on the website.

Our membership is also involved in many charitable and community service projects. 



Beads of Courage

Make small drawstring bags to hold beads collected by children undergoing treatment for serious illnesses. 

Find the instructions on our Patterns page.

Learn more at

Guild point of contact: Prue Hoppin


Knitted hats and mittens for premature babies. 

Patterns are on the AQG website under "Patterns" link. 

Guild point of contact: Louise Myrick


Pillows for mastectomy patients

Make lightly stuffed pillows for patients to use when wearing seatbelts or under their arms to relieve their discomfort.  Pillows typically measure about 8" by 11".  Use your fabric scraps and leftover batting.

Guild point of contact: Louise Myrick


Quilts for Kids - Annapolis Chapter


Transforming unwanted fabrics into patchwork quilts for children who are hospitalized and in need.
Check our blog to find out when our next meeting is and where --

Guild point of contact: Janet Hogan

Salvation Army stuffed animals for holidays

Pick up a stuffed animal at the Guild's fall meetings and make child-sized quilt and outfit for the animal. 

Return the items to the December meeting - just in time for a christmas gift for a child!  Point of contact: AQG Events Chair.