Upcoming Speaker: President’s Welcome

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Blue-Silk-and-Rust-Background-300x288August 2015 – Denise Oyama MillerSentinals and Solitude

Denise is a multi-media artist working in textiles, watercolors, and mixed media, showing her work primarily in the San Francisco Bay Area of Northern California. She is a member of Artists 7, a women’s art group that travels together and shows their work throughout Northern California. Her work has won many awards and has been included in many public and private collections. Her work can be seen at Valley Art Gallery in Walnut Creek, California. She is also a member of the California Watercolor Association, Fremont Art Association, Pleasanton Art League, and Hayward Arts Council.
Poppies and Peony

Tumultuous Tulips
24″ x 24″

36″ x 24″



President’s Welcome:

Welcome to the Amador Valley Quilters website.  We invite you to browse the site to read about all the wonderful activities we offer and hope that you will come join us.  We are a thriving guild that will celebrate 35 years of continuous membership.  We have 400+ members with a wide variety of skills and talent.  The goals of our guild are to enhance the art of quilting, bring new members into the guild, contribute to our communities by multiple outreach activities, and enjoy friendships.

We meet on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 1:30 in the Pleasanton Middle School, Case Avenue.  We have tables for a variety of activities.  You may purchase a Block of the Month, with the opportunity to win all blocks to make a quilt.  Display blocks showcase a variety of quilting techniques in 16” blocks.  Enjoy our thoroughly stocked very low cost magazine table.  Pick up a quilt kit to complete for community quilts.  We donate approximately 900 quilts a year to a multitude of needy organizations.  There are opportunities to sign up for monthly workshops – come learn a new technique!  We sponsor Quilts of Valor.  Teach Rookie and Budding Beginner’s quilting at the yearly Alden Lane Quilting in the Garden.  For history buffs we offer “Quilting Then and Now” events at the Alviso Adobe Museum.  Many ‘friendship’ groups focus on particular styles of quilting…something for everyone.  Some of the fun activities include a new member lunch, lemonade social, silent auction, and a bi-yearly quilt show.

Highlights of our meetings include a speaker’s program and sharing of our members quilts, all following a short business meeting.  There is so much more that we offer – look around our website, then come meet us!

Mary Ann Soby

President, 2015-2016

Amador Valley Quilters, Inc. is a charitable organization under Section 501(c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code; tax ID# 68-0218621.