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Quilt Alongs and Other Workshops

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Camarillo Quilters is featuring Hope Bell as a speaker at their February 14 meeting. Hope will be presenting her lecture, “Zentangle Quilting”, remotely via Zoom at Camarillo's in-person meeting. The Zoom link will also be provided to members and guests for off-site viewing. Location: 1605 E Burnley Dr., Camarillo, CA 93010. The meeting begins at 9:30 a.m.; doors open at 8:45.

The guest fee is $5.00 payable by check. Contact Camarillo Quilters at to confirm your interest and check mailing details.  

Camarillo Quilters Association

Hope Bell - February 14 - 9:30am

"Zentangle Quilting"

Be sure to check out the Guild Events page to see what's coming up and for new opportunities to take a workshop!

PROJECT QUILTING was started in 2010  by Kim Lapacek of Persimon Dreams as an annual quilting challenge. 

      The next challenge, Season 14, started in January 2023.  Each "season" of Project QUILTING lasts 12 weeks and includes 6 challenges. You can participate in all the challenges, or just give one a try. You have one week (from Sunday until noon the next Sunday) to meet each challenge.  Find out more about “Project Quilting”, upcoming and current challenges HERE.         

      You should also visit Kim’s website/ blog where you will find lots of other tips, her craft room overhaul, and several sew-alongs (

Thank you Deb McDonald for sharing this information!  Deb joined CVQ this year and has shared many wonderful quilts she made as part of the 2022 Project Quilting challenge.  

If you know of any challenges, quilt alongs, or other events, please send your recommendations to or

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Skirball Cultural Center Presents:
Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories
now through March 12, 2023


About the Exhibition...

Discover the extraordinary human stories behind five centuries of quilts. Fabric of a Nation: American Quilt Stories features works by more than forty artists, including Harriet Powers, Bisa Butler, and Sanford Biggers. Come celebrate the artistry and vision of a diverse and largely under-recognized group of creators in an exhibition that brings to light stories that enrich, deepen, and complicate our understanding of the American experience.

Fabric of a Nation illuminates the unique capacity quilts have to tell stories and convey a sense of humanity. Whether produced as works of art or utilitarian objects, their tactile, intricate mode of creation and traditional use in the home impart deeply personal narratives of their makers and offer an intimate picture of American life. Originally organized by the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, the Skirball’s presentation will feature additional works by Los Angeles artists Sabrina Gschwandtner, Ramsess, and Sula Bermúdez-Silverman, as well as a quilt from its own collection highlighting key moments in American Jewish history.


























On Day 3 of the COVID-19 pandemic, Kristina Wong began sewing masks out of old bed sheets and bra straps on her Hello Kitty sewing machine. Before long, she was leading the Auntie Sewing Squad, a work-from-home sweatshop of hundreds of volunteers—including children and her own mother—to fix the U.S. public health care system while in quarantine. It was a feminist care utopia forming in the midst of crisis. Or was it a mutual aid doomsday cult?

As the demand for masks abated and we began to return safely to space, Pulitzer Prize finalist Kristina began to put her life together post-pandemic cult leadership. With hilarity and boundless generosity, she invited the audience in on her work building community in isolation, while reflecting on what we’d been through and imagining what we wanted to become in this Lucille Lortel and Outer Critics Circle award winner for Outstanding Solo Show.

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FEBRUARY 12 - MARCH 12, 2023
For tickets and additional information, click HERE.

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