Prairie Quilt Guild

GUILD MEETINGS - Meeting Location Change

Beginning with our May meeting, we will be at the Scottish Rite Venue 332, 332 E. First Street, Wichita. (First and Topeka) Free parking to the north of the building and along the street. Parking across the street is a paid lot. Please pay if you park in the lot to the east of the Scottish Rite Center.


1-3 p.m. | 7-9 p.m.

October 2018 Program


Kelly Cline

Our speaker this month, Kelly Cline, is from the beautiful town of Lawrence, KS! She loves all things family, friends and fabric. Her passion is turning ordinary antique linens and quilts into heirloom pieces with her long arm or domestic sewing machine!

Kelly was raised in a home where creative boundaries were limitless. She learned to sew from her mother and grandmothers and graduated from college with a BFA in Interior Design. After finishing her grandmother’s special quilting project, Kelly was hooked on quilting! She began collecting vintage quilts, finishing what other women couldn’t, guessing at the way a quilt wanted to be pieced. She is a Handi Quilter Ambassador and loves to teach and travel to fun places. She is also the creator of a fabulous set of rulers, for use on long arm or domestic machines.

Kelly’s collection of beautiful vintage pillow covers from the 1900’s recently hung in our June 2018 Common Thread Regional Quilt Show.

Her lecture and trunk show, Quilting Vintage!, on Tuesday, October 9 will feature show and tell, and Kelly will talk about this wonderful twist on quilting that connects our past and present!

Quilting Vintage! on a Domestic Machine, Kelly’s October 10 workshop, is a class for collage with vintage linens, hankies, and embroideries, all sewn and finished on your domestic machine.

There’s still time to sign up for the workshop and join in the fun!