Thanks for visiting! The Courthouse Quilters Guild is a Non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that was founded in 1988 by a small group of local ladies in Hunterdon County, New Jersey. Our Guild's name roots to one of the early meeting locations and a local landmark, the Flemington Courthouse. Guess you can figure out how they picked the quilt block for the Guild's logo!
Our current membership is approximately 90 individuals and some of the earliest members are still a part of the Guild. Our meetings are held at the Darcy Masonic Lodge in Frenchtown, NJ on Sundays. We have the opportunity to advance our skills and learn new techniques from each other as well as hired teachers and speakers. We range from beginners to experienced quilters, from traditional to art quilters, from hand appliquers to machine piecers and everthing in between. Workshops are held during the day (times vary), while the business meeting and evening programs begin at 6:30pm and usually run until around 9:00pm. Meetings are held on the second Sunday of the month (except for May). Get directions from our Quick Links section.
Guests are always welcome to attend our evening meetings for the small entry fee of $5. Our meetings always include a program or lecture, Show & Tell, some Guild business, friendly fellowship and lots of yummy refreshments! New Memberships are currently available for the annual fee of $35 for 2013 (new memberships mid-year are pro-rated for the remaining quarters of the calendar year). If space is available, we also welcome non-members as guests at our afternoon workshops (additional fees may apply). Please contact us via email at CourthouseQuilters@yahoo.com for availability and more information.