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
SAVE THE DATE!
CAMEO RETREAT WILL BE HELD AGAIN
AT THE LIONS BEAR LAKE CAMP
When: Friday, April 27- Sunday, April 29, 2018
Cost: Member $100; Non-member $110
Early arrival: Thursday, night 6:00 p.m.
(additional cost of $18.00)
January 18-20, 9-4
3rd ANNUAL QUILTERS WINTERFEST
Bavarian Inn Motor Lodge, Frankenmuth
January 19, 12:30pm
GENESEE STAR QUILTERS
Quilter’s Clinic Trunk Show: RuthAnn Berry & Greg Barner
South Flint Church of Nazarene
4075 East Atherton Rd. Burton wwwgenstarquilters.org
Workshop January 20, Bargello or One Block Wonder
January 20, 9am
GREATER ANN ARBOR QUILT GUILD
Michelle May – “Folk Art Fusion”
Washtenaw Community College.Morris Lawrence Bldg.
4800 E. Huron River Dr., Ann Arbor. email@example.com
January 20 “Beekeeper Pincushion Play Date”
January 21 “Heart Felt Notes Play Date”
January 27, Check website for time & location changes
DETROIT AREA MODERN QUILT GUILD
Colleen Merte will teach her Pink Grapefruit pattern
Northbrook Presbyterian Church
22055 W. 14 Mile Rd., Beverly Hills
January 29, 7pm
JACKSON QUILT GUILD
Denise Olsen, Making patterns
3225 Fourth St., Jackson
February 1, 7pm
OAKLAND COUNTY QUILT GUILD
Joy McClavin Trunk Show
First Congregational Church,1315 N. Pine St., Rochester
February 8, 7pm
GREAT LAKES HERITAGE QUILT GUILD
Ruth McCormick- Preparing your quilt top for a
Birmingham Unitarian Church.
38651 Woodward,Bloomfield Hills, MI, www.glhq.org
Show & Tell
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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.
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.
CAMEO Quilters Guild is a nonprofit organization.
Download a membership form HERE
Charity Day Sew-In:
Saturday, Feb. 17
Lunch is provided by the Guild
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