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​​Quilters Calendar

May 3, 7pm
Oakland County Quilt Guild

Karen Turckes, “Fabric Manipulation”
First Congregational Church
1315 N. Pine St., Rochester.
May 4, 9-5 Workshop – Manipulating Fabric

May 7, 7pm
Macomb County Quilt Guild

Linda Wieck-Military CAMO Quilt Projest
Trinity Lutheran Church
38900 Harper, Clinton Township.

May 10, 7pm
Great Lakes Heritage Quilt Guild

Karen Lieberman, Trunk Show
Birmingham Unitarian Church.  
38651 Woodward,Bloomfield Hills, MI,

May 17 6:30pm
Capitol City Quilt Guild

Lenore Crawford, “Fusing, Fabric Painting, and Stitching to Create Your Own Art Quilt”
Union Missionary Baptist Church,
500 S Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lansing
Workshops May 18 & 19 from 9-4 at Country Stitches

May 18,  9am
Greater Ann Arbor Quilt Guild

Linda Hahn – New York Beauty Simplified
Washtenaw Community College
Morris Lawrence Building
4800 E. Huron River Dr.. Ann Arbor
Workshop: May 20, 9:30- 4:30 -She Can Dance!

May 19 & 20
Pieces and Patches Quilt Guild
Bi-annual Quilt Show 
"Everything Is Coming Up Quilts"
Jackson Middle School
915 Cooper Street, Jackson.
Saturday 9-5, Sunday noon-5. Admission $7.00

May 30, 6:30pm
Evening Star Quilters

Debbie Grifka: Modern Quilter
10135 Lapeer Road, Davison.

New Quilt Shop in Jackson
803 S. Brown Street, Jackson, 49203

Show & Tell

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Newsletter &


Mission Statement

Our purpose is to promote and preserve the art of quilting, patchwork, applique and related fiber arts; to sponsor workshops, lectures and displays; to stimulate an interest in quilting and occasions for friends to meet for fellowship; and to engage in charitable efforts deemed advisable by the membership.

History of the Guild

  • CAMEO Quilters Guild was established in the summer of 1994. Janet Johnson was approached by quilters wanting to form a guild. Janet had formed two quilt guilds in the area: Oakland County Quilt Guild and Great Lakes Heritage Quilt Guild. Under her guidance on structure and procedures, the first meeting of CAMEO Quilters Guild was held in September 1994.

  • The guild was named by Jenny Dukes, who suggested CAMEO, or Come And Meet Each Other.
  • Our newsletter was named ‘The Silhouette’ by Amy Lobsinger. 
  • Our logo, the 'Cameo' was designed by Johnnene Maddison.

CAMEO Quilters Guild is a nonprofit organization.

Membership Benefits

  • Entry to 10 monthly meetings (September through June)
  • Opportunity to show your work at meetings
  • Eligibility to participate in guild workshops and activities
  • Exhibit your work at the bi-annual quilt show
  • Guild newsletter - 10 issues a year
  • Use of the lending library
  • Eligibility to attend our annual retreat
  • Participation in guild-sponsored charitable quilting projects

Download a membership form    HERE

MAY 17, 2018 - 7 pm
Karen Turckes

Lecture: "Landscape Quilts"

​Guest Fee at door

Workshop: Saturday, May 19- 9am

See our "Forms" page for registration

C O M E   A N D      E E T   E A C H   O T H E R

Quilters Guild



When: Friday, April 27- Sunday, April 29, 2018
Cost: Member $100; Non-member $110
Early arrival: Thursday, night 5:00 p.m.
(additional cost of $18.00)

Welcome to CAMEO Quilters Guild!

CAMEO is an acronym for "COME AND MEET EACH OTHER"!

We are a quilt guild which values friendship, learning and creativity. Quilt lovers of all ages and levels of experience are welcome to join our guild.

Join us on the third Thursday of the month, September through June.

Doors open at 6:30 p.m.; our meetings begin at 7:00 p.m. (Guest fee at the door.)

Clawson United Methodist Church

205 N Main St, Clawson, MI 48017

(north of 14 Mile Rd. on the west side of Main St)     Check out our Programs    HERE