November Auction

This Saturday is a great time to visit Siloam Springs Dogwood Quilt Guild monthly meeting, show and tell of recent quilts, and OUR YEARLY AUCTION!

All you need to bring is yourself. Tickets for auction are 0.25$, yes that’s right, a quarter or QUARTERS. If you have fabric, notions, old sewing machines, anything not being used in the back of your crafting closet that you need to be rid of, consider donating to the auction. (One year I got a HUGE bag of batting scraps that I pieced together and used to make 10 baby quilts.)

One quilters scrap is another quilters future MASTERPIECE!

All proceeds help the guild to fund our charities such as Quilts of Honor for the Veterans Home in Fayetteville, cage quilts for our local animal shelter, and baby quilts for new moms at Siloam Springs Regional Hospital.

This is my son’s favorite meeting of the year!!!

Hope to meet you there!

0930am at Grace Episcopal Church, Siloam Springs AR

Rescheduled Meeting!

We usually meet the first Saturday of the month, due to unforeseen circumstances we are meeting same time same place on October 12 for baby quilt making day!

Here are some pictures of last months Show and Tell!

It is nearing retreat time!!

The Ladybug Quilt Retreat is in October at the Lake Ft. Smith, at the Turkey Lodge from the 15th through the 20th. Invite a friend, there are 2 spots left and it is open to guests as well as DQG members!!

Email the guild for more info!

Are you ARTSY? Or do you just LOVE color?? Visit your local quiltfolk Saturday (Sept 7) for a color class.


          Our monthly guild meeting is minimally a couple vibrant hours long . We update each other on our projects, charity work, we draw a few door prizes, show and tell and sometimes a have an educational class, a snack, or a sew in.  It is interesting to see what is happening even if you don’t bring along your supplies. 


Join us in September for a……..

Coloring Fabric Class
Taught by Janet Cater

Join us Saturday, September 7, for our Coloring Fabric class. Supplies needed:
Light colored fabric (white or pastel)
Freezer paper
Derwent Inktense pencils or blocks
Paper towels
Ironing board or pad at least 12 inches square
A supply list for the class is also attached in a separate document with the pattern that needs to be


Have questions?  Find our facebook page, Dowood Quilters.Guild or drop us an email at:

New Year New Projects!!

This January we celebrated our accomplishments as a guild and personal projects completed. The Dogwood Quilt Guild made 20 Honor Quilts for veterans in 2018. Also, 245 baby quilts for the nursery at Siloam Springs Regional Hospital and 50 pet quilts created for cages at our local shelter. One member made 52 baby quilts alone! That is one quilt a week!

January is a time when we celebrate UFO’s (unfinished objects). We have a common goal, it’s called our “Get R Done” list. Any project that has been started anytime before 2019 can earn a spot in our giant notebook full of pictures and descriptions of projects that we aim to complete this year.  Every time a project is completed it becomes a ticket in a drawing  for our January celebration for prizes and fun gifts (which may in turn become a new get r done project).

 Here is Janet with one of her cozy flannel quilts, one of dozens that she creates each year for newborns.

We meet at Grace Episcopal Church the first Saturday of the month at 9:30am. Join us!

Next month, Pam from Sager Creek Quilt Shop is teaching a scrappy Pineapple class concluding our guild meeting. Bring your sewing machine, scrap strips in dark and light colors, and bring your pineapple ruler or order by January 19 at the shop. The class is free for DQG members. To become a member dues are 25$.




Opportunity Quilt for Raffle

Every other year the Dogwood Quilters Guild raffles a beautiful quilt made by the guild members. The proceeds help our endeavors to purchase materials for our charitable projects and other functions of the guild.

This pattern is a large churn-dash within a churn-dash, a modern feel using a variety of black, white, and gray with splashes of color. Overall the neutral tone coordinates well with most any bedroom style. Barbara Herring (a local longarm quilter) quilted with the Dancing Vines pattern and many of the fabrics were purchased at our favorite quilt shop, Sager Creek Quilts, right here in Siloam Springs.

The quilt is king size approximately 106″ square which can also be used as a queen with more hangover.

Tickets are on sale now for the Opportunity Quilt at 1$ each or 6 for 5$. Find a guild member to get your tickets!

March 2018 Meeting is Upon Us!

Are your scraps multiplying in the dark, like rabbits? Have they gone wild and crazy? Never fear! Lynn Bell will share some ideas to help us tame those unruly scraps and transform them into beautiful quilts (think beauty from the beast, or a silk purse from a sow’s ear). She would like everyone to bring one or two scrap quilts whether you made them or received as a gift, as well as a favorite scrap pattern or book to share. So sit back, relax and be prepared to come away inspired to use up those scraps that you’ve been collecting.

Join our monthly Guild Meeting the first Saturday of the month to meet people in the community, learn quilting styles, listen to expert guest speakers and teachers, and to enjoy snacks at Grace Episcopal Church, on Mt Olive Street, in Siloam Springs.

Meeting begins at 09:30 be early to find a seat and sign.

Check out our Show and Tell pages to see what members have been sewing. Here is our February 2018 Show & Tell.


2018 is here!

New year new location! January’s Dogwood Quilters Guild monthly meeting was super fun with five new members to start the year out right. Welcome all new members!

We are still meeting the first Saturday of the month, same time 9:30 am (get there early) but now back to the original location, Grace Episcopal Church On Mt. Olive.

We Show and Tell at the end of EVERY meeting! Here’s my fav from January.

Ever tried a MYSTERY QUILT? Come to every meeting for the next clue and directions. Completers get prizes btw. Here’s some pics of 2017 completers

This years Mystery Quilt is called PINS AND NEEDLES, sew with us!

Remember February 3rd is a quilt binding class with our local quilt shop owner Pam Goggans of Sager Creek Quilts. Bring a small quilt, placemat, or potholder to bind- along with your travel machine and thread.

This year we plan on increasing our pet quilt donations to Tailwaggers, Quilts of Honor for the Old Vets Home, and baby quilts for the Siloam Springs Hospital.

Keep in mind that in April there is a small quilt challenge all in violet or purple. Need details? Come to the meeting or email us at

Sew long!

End of the Year Luncheon

December is the time to celebrate with our annual luncheon. Bring a side dish or dessert and don’t forget a wrapped fat quarter of any quilt shop quality variety.

Also, reminding all members that January is our GET R DONE prizewinning meeting. Bring in a photo of all your UFO projects for 2018’s list and receive prizes for the stuff you got done in 2017!

Calling all Ladybugs!

Chickens, sheep, and cats OH MY!

What a beautiful time to retreat at Lake Fort Smith! This week was full of fun, games, casseroles not to mention some new munchies favorites like peanut butter fudge and chocolate waffle cookies…the best food cooks in NWA and THE BEST QUILT FAIRY!

Last year, I was fascinated by all the quilts covering each of the ladybug bunks. I took pictures of every bed. This year my fascination continued but on a more minuscule size, pincushions! Can you find your pin holder? Can you tell whose is whose? How well do you know your quilting companion?

I prowled around snapping pictures of the cutest pin holders ever seen, and not too many were of the red tomato kind.  Some created out of need, and others expertly  crafted to resemble a favorite animal or a favorite pet, all having the same function- keeping pins in their place.

See you in November!  Bring your quarters for our SILENT QUILT AUCTION!