Welcome!

Browse through this site and you will find a wide range of information about the Nebraska State Quilt Guild. If you’re not already a member, we hope you will join us! As a member, you will receive our newsletter six times a year, either the paper version, or the online version (your choice). You will also be supporting the community outreach programs of the guild. Two of our most popular programs are the regional Quilt Gatherings we sponsor and the Library Project, where we donate quilting books to public libraries in the state every year.

Click here for a membership form.

Quilting News....


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Quilting Events
Be sure to check our Quilting Events page for a list of quilt shows and other related events scheduled throughout the state. If you are an organizer of a quilting event, please send information to be included to webmaster@nsqg.org.
QNE2015

QuiltNebraska 2015

The registration booklet is here!!! You’ll find it at the QuiltNebraska website.
Important Announcement!
We are sorry to inform you that, due to her health, Maebath Oxenreider will not be able to teach at QuiltNE 2015. Her classes, FAD03 Bargello and SAD25 Triple 4-Patch & Trail Mix will be cancelled. As CoChairs of QuiltNE2015, we wanted to offer you a Bargello class. Janice Lippencott, from Blair, NE, will teach her class, Bargello with a Twist, in a Friday All Day Class. Janice has made this quilt and taught the class many times. Please mark your registration form, "Bargello/ Lippencott" if you choose this class. The downloadable registration booklet will be updated as soon as possible to include the full class description and supply list.

If you have already sent in your registration form requesting the 2 classes taught by Maebeth Oxenreider, you will be contacted. We are sorry for any inconvenience this may have caused you.

Deb Austin, Gloria Miller and Sandra K Kosch

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2015 Raffle Quilt

Read about the creation of the 2015 Raffle Quilt on the Raffle Quilts page.
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Shimmering Stars
Photo Courtesy of Marilyn Karper www.karperquilting.com