Our guild is incorporated to foster fellowship and support for beginning to advanced quilters.

We welcome you–at whatever skill level.  Please join us! We would love it.

Click here to email a guild member

Deb Tucker and Joy at the Hampton Show 2019

“Oh My Stars!” Was Made Using Deb Tucker’s Unique Ruler System

Sign Up! Check your Quilt Show SignUps here! 

2019 Raffle Quilt “Oh My Stars!”


This stunning quilt was pieced by Colleen Biasco, Joy, Joanne DuChez, Meg Tison, Judy Walsh, and Anne Weaver and was quilted by Susan Spencer of Diamonds Quilting.

Tickets available for purchase at a guild meeting or send an email query.

Click here to download a picture of this quilt.  Click here to download the 2019 Quilt Flyer.


Scissors dull? Knives too?

Bring them to the Show and let Dick Stohr of Snippy Bro’s sharpen them.

Cash or check only.



Have dinner with our speaker at the Gaithersburg Dogfish Head Alehouse (across from JoAnn Fabrics) at 5:30 pm the day of the meeting. Our next speaker dinner will be Monday, April 1, 2019. All are invited of course. Plan to come for lively discussion and tasty food!

Yes, individual checks. Cash and credit cards accepted!


Directions to dinner location    Read Their Menu Here



Our Next Meeting is Monday, April 1, 2019  at 7:30 pm




Directions to meeting location. We’re easy to find!


Service Projects Workshops will be from 9:30 am to noon on these dates:


Thursday, March 7     Thursday, April 11     Tuesday, May 14     Thursday, June 13 

Tuesday, March 26     Tuesday, April 30     Thursday, May 30     Tuesday, June 25


~ Volunteer–no skill required

~ SSL Hours offered

~ Fabric & basting spray donations are gratefully received

~  Non-member volunteers are warmly welcomed.

~We hope you come to love quilting and join FSQ


We meet at the Fairhaven United Methodist Church Fellowship Hall located on Darnestown Road.

Directions to workshop location.


Magazine Labels!  Guild Awareness Campaign and Decluttering for You!

These labels are ready for you to print at home and clear your stacks of quilting magazines by leaving at locations where magazines are shared such as a doctor’s or dentist’s offices, nail or hair salon, or even the place you get your car’s oil changed!

A terrific idea from Margaret Natof. Our thanks to her.