Quilters' Guild of South Australia Inc

Quilters' Guild of South Australia Inc was formed in 1984 and has grown to encompass over 500 individual Guild members with over 100 city and country groups now affiliated with the Guild Read more

You are welcome to join us at our monthly meetings held
at Burnside Community Centre on the first Thursday of each month from February to December at 7.15pm for 8pm start

QGSA Guild Meetings - Visitors always welcome

Dates Focus Shop

May 2

Speaker: Julie Haddrick: Continuing my journey, SAlt and modern; what is modern?
Show and Tell: Belle Point Exchange; Modern Quilts
Community Quilt Raffle: Salisbury Stitchers

Alize Fabrics
May 15
Daytime - Doors open 12.45 for 1.30pm meeting
Speaker: Lenore Dembsk, NT - The Paperbark Woman
Show and Tell: Landscape and Australian Fabric
Fat 1/4 Raffle: TBA
Community Quilt Raffle:
Country Fabrics & Things
Jun 6
Speaker: Chris & Christine - YouTube stalker, online classes & shops
Lara Motta - update on 'Modern'
Demo: Modern Quilters SA Show and Tell: Stars
Community Quilt Raffle: Festival of Quilts 
Online shop TBA
Jul 4

Speaker: Chery Bridgart - Art Quilter
Show and Tell: TBA
Community Quilt Raffle: Quilt Encounter

Heart & Soul Patchwork

Website update 23/4/2019 - General - please let me know if you spot any error - Suggest Visualping to track any website changes, this replaces ChangeDetection.com

Festival of Quilts Online Entry now available

Shop of the month: Patchwork By Sea

Guild Phone Number 0432 483 263

Workshops are back in 2019 - take a look

NEW: Workshop with Jason Cook at Festival of Quilts

Please note: Heart n Soul Patchwork has re-located from Port Vincent to 59 Main Street, Minlaton. Contact Michelle on 0407 713141. Open Tuesday 16th April with a grand opening sale of 25% off storewide for 2 weeks.

April 2019: With thanks to Otto and Bernina for the donation of a Bernina sewing machine, raffled at the recent Country Forum in Adelaide, $1,000 was raised for Angel Flight. When Anne Marie presented the cheque to John Evins an 'Earth Angel' (ie driver not pilot) at the Guild meeting, there was a suggestion from a member that we "pass the hat around". With good will and generosity, quilters who were present donated an additional $1,076 making a total of $2,076 for this worthy cause.

March 2019: We celebrated our 35th Birthday with an overview of how far we've come in those years and how our founding members got things right when they put early plans into place. Thanks to Christine for the history presentation. Thanks also to Pam Holland for sharing fabric and tales from her recent travels to Kenya. For everyone who attended from near and far to make the night special - a cupcake, to eat and one to save on your sewing machine, made by Anne Marie.

Wednesday 20 Feb, the sun was shining and we welcomed 154 people to the first daytime Guild Meeting for 2019. Pure Wheal gave a very interesting talk 'which colour do you hear? About Synesthesia. Thanks everyone for coming along to support this new initiative. Next time we'll know where to park! Some clever ladies even arrived by bus! Well done everyone. Remember that 1/2 price membership is now available for first time members.

Any Guild group wishing to book their Community quilt for raffle at Guild meeting in 2019, please contact Lesley at [email protected]

Information & Application forms for Country Grant & Individual Scholarship funds to be awarded at AGM, May 2019 are due by 4th April. Late submissions will not be considered

New in 2019 : 4 Daytime meetings & i-patch email newsletter

2019 Festival of Quilts challenge theme : "Tropical Vibes"

Honeycomb Hexies Project for Festival of Quilts 2019

Become a QGSA Facebook Fan today - www.facebook.com/saquilters

Festival of Quilts & Best of Show 2018

Sprnsored by Bernina Australia


Judith Stacey & Quilted by Meredith England

First Place: The Caswell Challenge; interpretation of design by Corliss Searcey

size: 176.5 x 203cm

All photos : Photo Gallery