About

In 1993 a group of quilters, who wanted to share their love of quilting, formed the Kokomo Piecemakers Quilt Guild (KPQG). The guild’s purpose is to promote education, preservation, shows and exhibits in the field of quilt making.

KPQG meets the fourth Tuesday of each month except it is the second Tuesday of the November and December months usually at Indiana Wesleyan University (IWU), 1916 East Markland Avenue, Kokomo, IN at 7:00 pm. Please check the meeting location before attending a meeting.

Everyone who enjoys quilts and quilting is welcome. Interested quilters may attend two meetings as a guest before becoming a member. Membership is $30 per year for adults and $5 for juniors ages 9 – 16.

Programs are presented by owners of area quilt shops, by members who share their expertise, and by outside speakers who are authorities on a variety of quilt related topics. Recent speakers include Elizabeth Burns, Mary Buvia, Cathy Franks, Mary Huey, Sue Nickels, and Kathleen Tracy.

KPQG offers an annual community service project. Currently, members of the guild make quilts to donate to the Kokomo Police Department, Healthy Families, and the Jackson Street Commons Veterans Home.

Other quilting opportunities the guild offers to members are participation in challenges, block-of-the-months, fabric exchanges and workshops. Open sews are offered usually once a month on Saturday.

The KPQG sponsored 8th biennial quilt show, Quilts Along the Wildcat, has been postponed to April 2022 at the Kokomo Event & Conference Center, Kokomo, IN 46901 due to Covid-19 health concerns. More details will be forthcoming.

OFFICERS 2021

President:  Pam Sommers

Vice President:  Julie Armstrong

Secretary:  Pam Hanshew

Treasurer:  Teresa Mooney

COMMITTEE CHAIRS 2021

Membership/Communications:  Ann Abel

Newsletter:  Lana Kirtley

Saturday Workshops:  Julie Armstrong

Community Outreach & Service Projects:  Linda Oteham

Photographer:  Sandy Tinsley

Website/Blog:  Margo Martin

Immediate Past President & Nominations Committee Chair:  Monica Everett