Sonja Bubolz, Pres.
Janise Denton, V-Pres.
Michelle Huseman, Sec.
Judy Milfs, Treas.Further Information
| Quinsippi Sew Down |
Quinsippi Sew Down is the theme for the 2018 Spring Heartland Region Meeting Quinsippi Needleworkers is an affiliated chapter of the
Quinsippi Needleworkers is an affiliated chapter of the
Are you interested in the following?
If you live in the tri-state area (Quincy, IL/Hannibal, MO/Keokuk, IA), we invite you to join us at our next meeting. We have fun as we learn new techniques and develop our embroidery skills. Come share our joy and passion for needlework.
Who are we?
Quinsippi Needleworkers is an educational organization of over 20 members who share an interest in embroidery and needlework. The local chapter, founded in 1978, is a recognized chapter of The Embroiderers' Guild of America, Inc. The mission of the chapter is to foster the highest standards of excellence in embroidery through an active program of education and study.
What are the benefits of membership?
Quinsippi Needleworkers members enjoy many benefits, including chapter and national publications, classes, workshops, seminars,and much more.
Who can join?
Quinsippi Needleworkers is open to any stitcher, male or female, of any age, and any skill level. Beginners are welcome.
Where are meetings held?
Monthly meetings, except December and March, are held at the First Union Congregational Church, 12th and Maine, in Quincy, IL.
How can I find out more?
Contact us using the form below. Be sure to include your email address and/or phone number.
Regular meetings are held at the First Congregational Church in Quincy, IL.
| Required Notices|
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All needlework links are for your enjoyment. The inclusion of these sites on the chapter's pages does not imply an endorsement.
Updated Oct. 23, 2017