Ogallala Quilter's Society
Ogallala Quilter's Society is a nonprofit educational, non-discriminatory organization founded in 1997 to foster high standards of design, color and workmanship in quilting; teach the art of quilting; and preserve our quilting heritage.
2019 Best of Show and Best Machine Quilting - Stationary
"Mary's Caswell" Made by Mary Steinhauer
Pattern by Carliss Searcy "The Caswell Carpet"
It is almost time for Fall Retreat 2020!!
Our team has been busy planning lots of fun activities for you with plenty of sewing time with your friends. Attendance is limited due to Covid-19 so get your registration forms sent in now!!
This is our beautiful "Peaks and Posies" quilt made by OQS to raffle at our 2020 Quilt Festival. When Festival had to be canceled, our Board of Directors voted to put the raffle on hold until Quilt Festival April 9 - 10, 2021. All tickets previously sold will be entered into our drawing to be held on April 10, 2021. Tickets available to be purchased now!!! Also, let us know if you are willing to help sell tickets.
"Peaks and Posies" 81" x 85.5"
Tickets are $1.00 each or 6 for $5.00
Based on Sweet Surrender pattern by Sue Cody of Dragonfly Studio
Mark your calendars NOW for the Ogallala Quilt Festival April 9 and 10, 2021
Featured Teacher: Susan K. Cleveland
Susan's enthusiasm for quilting is said to be contagious! In classes, she encourages an upbeat setting, providing well-written instructions, and attending to each student with personalized coaching.
Susan's quilts have received many awards in international competition since 1997 where judges commented on her fine workmanship and original style. With unique designs, she's thrilled to include charming, unexpected elements such as specialty threads, prairie points and great binding techniques.