The Kitsap Quilters Guild is a vibrant group dedicated to the art of quilting.
If you want to be inspired, get involved, learn, share and meet new friends, join the Kitsap Quilters today!
216 “Evening Sky” by JoAnn Demmert, quilted by Shelly Nolte, 1st Place Large Group Quilt, 2018 Kitsap Quilt Show
Kitsap Quilters was established to foster and encourage the art of quilting, both in its traditional approach and its contemporary adaptation, to bring together those who love the art form and to share the art form with the community.
Read more about who we are.
“A Passion for Color” made by Ann Trujillo, quilted by Celeste Alexander, 1st place Med/Lg Group, 2018 Kitsap Quilt Show
What We Do
As long as there is fabric in your stash, we have inspiration for you!
811 “Tulips in the Park” by Mary Polensky, quilted by Jacque Noard, Applique/Embroidery 1st place, 2018 Kitsap Quilt Show
Check out our Library!
Scores of books, tools and gadgets for you to try before you buy
515 “French General the Modern Way” made and quilted by Pam Knight, 1st place Med. Individual Quilt and Best Machine Quilting, 2018 Kitsap Quilt Show
Providing quilts for families and children in times of difficulty and our annual fiber arts memorial scholarship are just some of the ways we give back to the community.
614 “Quilt for Kaci” made by Sharon Broom, quilted by Rainy Day Quilts, 1st place Medium Group Quilt, 2018 Kitsap Quilt Show
A Family of Quilters
Who We Are
With over 150 members, the Kitsap Quilters guild offers opportunities to learn, sew with others who are passionate about quilting, make friendships with creative people and contribute back to our community.
So Many Ways to Get Involved
What We Do
Kitsap Quilters brings in nationally known quilter-speakers and locally recognized quilt experts, offers quilt retreats, monthly workshops, group projects, organizes the display of our work at our annual Quilt Show & so much more!
Using our Talents for Good
The members of our guild participate in many charity efforts including Kitsap Snuggles and Kitsap Cuddles which offer quilts to NICU babies and children in crisis.
3rd Saturday: One Block Wonder with Andrea Rudman
April 21, 2018 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
North Point Church on Hostmark St. in Poulsbo
You'll learn the technique of slicing and dicing. One fabric, one shape and no fussy cutting make a one of kind quilt!
Check the newsletter for supplies needed.
(A $5 donation to the church is requested.)
Guild Meeting: Program Speaker Elizabeth Korsmo
April 24, 2018
1779 NE Hostmark St, Poulsbo, WA 98370, USA
Social begins at 6:30 pm, meeting/speaker at 7
We are excited to meet our 2017 Memorial Scholarship Recipient, Elizabeth Korsmo, who will be giving us a presentation on Caring for Textiles.
Elizabeth works at the Henry Art Gallery as a textile collections assistant, and at Fort Nisqually Living History Museum as an historic interpreter. After graduation, she intends to pursue a career in collections management at a local museum preferentially focusing on costume and textile collections