November 2020: Quilters Room is open Monday through Sunday from 9:00am to 9:00pm.
Canceled: Country Store and Holiday Crafts Sale Nov 13
Due to recent information about Covid occurrences the Quilters Board will not be participating in the Trilogy Harvest Festival on November 13th. The festival will still take place, but to minimize contact at this time the Craft Sale has been canceled. There will be other events and sales in our future.
These cute cats are from Priscilla. The pattern is Cat Academy.
Fabric Collage Blue Wolf by Linda Egner
Happy Campers by Sandy Wooster
Blue strips made entirely from leftover fabric strips by Linda Orth
Never too early for Christmas by Carlynn M.
November 2020 update:
New Post: Quilters Room is open Monday through Sunday from
9:00am to 9:00pm.
The quilters gather every Monday to work on projects. We
also have the use of the San Tan Room on Mondays until
Face Masks, Social distancing and Sanitizing are required.
Quilters of Trilogy at Power Ranch
our 17.1 annual Quilt Show
Saturday, March 20, 2021 in the Ballroom, 10:00 AM to 3:00 PM
Stay in touch for updates
About our club:
The Quilters meet as a group on Mondays at 9:30 in the Quilt Studio to work on our charity projects. Please feel free to stop by and visit us. We would love to see you!
We meet to make comfort quilts for various charities throughout the year. Our members are new to quilting or have quilted for many years. All levels of quilting knowledge/skill are needed as we work as a group on many projects. Some gals like to be cutting and others like to press, some like to pin up a quilt while others are sewing.
We also have many opportunities to learn new techniques while making quilts for others and offer some special classes within the membership as well.
We hold an annual quilt show each spring; which includes displays of our personal quilts, a "Country Store" with items for sale, demonstrations, a raffle quilt and more. Watch for information in the San Tan Press and in the mytpr website events.
The Trilogy community has been very generous with donations of quilting fabrics to our club. We make 100 plus quilts each year so a lot of fabric is needed. Some of the fabrics come from residents who no longer have a use for them and others are extra pieces from a project they have completed. We often get a project that has not been finished, as well.
Many friendships have been developed within the membership. Several of our members are year around residents and their sewing machines are buzzing all summer long and in an air conditioned environment.
Come and join us,
Linda and Jean