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The West Houston Quilter's Guild is a non-profit organization founded in 1993
with the purpose of developing and nurturing appreciation for the art of
quilting and its history. Simply put, we are a group of people who love quilts!

We invite quilters and quilt lovers to join us
at our meetings the third
Wednesday of every month
from 6:30- 8:45 pm

 
Our next meeting is Wednesday, May 15, 2024

Our meetings are held at the
Steve Radack Community Center
18650 Clay Rd.
Houston, TX 77084
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May 15, 2024 

6:30 - 8:45 PM

Sarah Ruiz will be our guest speaker.

Her lecture this month is "Saroy - From Rockets to Rotary Cutters."

 

Website:  Saroy.net

Sarah Ruiz Quilts

Sarah is a quilter and aerospace engineer living in Houston, Texas.

She designs patterns with bright colors, bold lines, and graphic shapes that are easy to make but pack a visual punch.

Her lecture covers her creative journey from 2003 to present, including time for Q&A. She will share her early quilts and how she transitioned towards creating her own designs, show off both hits and misses, and talk about lessons she has learned along the way.

June 19, 2024 

6:30 - 8:45 PM

Tana Mueller will be our guest speaker.

Her lecture this month is "Designs by Tana - Designaholic."

Be sure to sign-up for Tana's Workshop on Thursday, June 20.

 

Website: www.DesignbyTana.com

Tana Mueller

Tana is a crayon art enthusiast. Opening a new box of crayons, with their own unique colorful fresh smell, quickly motivates her to begin work on her next project.

Tana has been coloring and drawing since 3 years of age. She started drawing her own artwork designs in 1986, through "designs by tana", and began adding crayon techniques to quilt projects in 2005. Tana became a Licensed Designer for The Blank Quilting Corp. of New York, NY, in November 2013. To date she has created 30 colorful fabric collections and now has two basic lines of fabric. 

Tana is a native Texan and specializes in western, country and farmhouse designs related to childhood experiences or memories. She currently has over 1500 artwork line drawings that are or have been used for fabric collections, applique patterns of crayon art patterns.

Tana uses her crayon technique to create her artwork for her fabric lines.

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FAQ'S

Learn about our monthly meetings and other events like workshops and retreats.

Learn about our Community Service projects.

Read about all the happenings in our guild.

Visiting guil​ds are welcome to sign up to b​ring their opportunity quilts.

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