Creating quilts that give back

Conejo Valley Quilters is a nonprofit group of creative people that promotes the art and craft of quilt making while giving back to the community.

Shown at "A Gathering Under the Oaks"


What's new!

2015 Quilt Show:


Role descriptions for quilt show committees have been uploaded. Click here and volunteer!

Workshop availability:

2015 ~ BORDERS ~ MACHINE QUILT ~ DYE ~ EMBELLISH ~ FINISH AND BAG IT! We have several teachers with a diverse set of talents lined up for next year. The workshops these ladies will be offering are sure to provide us with additional skills and techniques we can then show-off at our next quilt show! Make it a point to take advantage of these wonderful opportunities by signing up for a workshop or two during the coming year. I took the same Sue Nickels' workshop at PIQF in 2009 for $70, so our CVQ price is hard to beat!! Starting in February 2015, Lujean Seagal will be sharing her collection of quilt borders. I know I have some UFOs begging for a finishing touch!! Harriet Hargrave, "the fairy godmother of machine quilting," is teaching a two-day workshop in March. Leora Raikin joins us with her embroidery techniques in April and our own Sherry Ramaila will be teaching us how to make a very special tote bag in May! Sam Hunter joins us in July (after we finish a few dozen philanthropy quilts in June!!) to teach us how to make our own luscious dyed fabric!

All of the remaining workshops have openings available. The cost is $35 for CVQ Guild members, $40 for non-members. To sign up for any workshop, please call Judy Gocke today. For more information about workshops, click here.

Conejo Valley Quilters meetings

Unless otherwise noted, general meetings are held at the Ascension Lutheran Church, Pedersen Hall in Thousand Oaks. For more information about membership and our meetings, click here.

Here is our current meeting calendar:

December 1, 2014: Holiday Social. A "Let it Snow Winter Social Block Exchange" will be featured. Participation is completely optional, but it will be a lot of fun! To participate simply create a 12 1/2" x 12 1/2" square quilt block to exchange at the social. The theme is "Let it Snow" and the block must contain blue and/or white so that there will be a continuity among the blocks. You may make as many squares as you would like to exchange. It may be pieced, appliqued, or foundation pieced. For more information, please contact Beth Tong.

January 15, 2015: Trash to Treasure

February 16, 2015: "Beyond Boring Borders" with Lujean Seagal

March 16, 2015: "Top 10 Tips to Becoming a Better Quilter" with Harriet Hargrave

April 20, 2015: "Adventures in African Folklore Embroidery" with Leora Raikin

May 18, 2015: TBD

June 15, 2015: Philanthropy Sew-In

July 20, 2015: TBD

August 17, 2015: "Finding Your Passion and Running Wild with It" with Jean Imprey

September 2015: Joey Strait from Quilt Ventura

October 2015: TBD

December 2015: Holiday Social

For details about our workshops, click here. If you need more information about our Guild, send a message to