New Mexico Quilt Guilds

by Julie Baird

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New Mexico quilt blockYou'll find a link at the bottom of this page to instructions how to make a New Mexico quilt block

The New Mexico Quilt Guilds found listed on this page are displayed alphabetically by meeting location for your convenience.

If you don't see your guild listed, please add it using the blue 'Add a Quilt Guild' button found just below.

Thank you for your help keeping these listings current. I couldn't do it without you!


Add a Guild to the List

To add your guild's information, use the "Add a Quilt Guild" button.

To Add
a Quilt Guild
Click here

It's quick and simple!

If your guild isn't listed, or it is and needs to be updated, please use the same button.

All four fields in the form must be completed in order to submit the information for publication.

Meeting day and time are not included on purpose

Either can change for a number of reasons including holidays, time of year or there was a scheduling conflict for the meeting location.

I prefer that your prospective new members contact someone from the guild to get the correct information for the meeting they plan to attend.

That way everybody's happy!

New Mexico Quilt Guilds

Contact the Guild directly to confirm the day, meeting location and time for the most current information.

Albuquerque Modern Quilt Guild

New Mexico Quilters Association


The Enchanted Quilters Guild

New Mexico Quilters Association

Over the Mountain Quilter's Guild

San Juan Quilter's Guild

Mt. Taylor Quilt Guild

La Plata
La Plata Quilters Guild

Las Cruces
Las Colcheras Quilt Guild

Las Vegas
Chicken River Modern Quilt Guild

Los Alamos
Los Alamos Piecemakers Quilt Guild

Rio Rancho
Thimbleweeds Quilters

Pecos Valley Quilters Guild

Santa Fe
Northern New Mexico Quilt Guild

Silver City
Southwest New Mexico Quilters Guild

Find instructions to make this New Mexico block

Do you need a block for your guild's next exchange?

Click the block above for a beginner-friendly, fully illustrated tutorial that shows you how to make this New Mexico block.

Instructions are provided for 7-1/2", 15" and 30" finished blocks.

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