Florida Cabin Fever Quilters Guild opened its doors to Central Florida 30 years ago. Since then, our members have produced thousands of quilts for community service as well as personal use. Our annual programs include a mystery quilt, a challenge quilt and a 12-month block of the month program (available to non-members as well) and an annual retreat. We bring in national teachers to host workshops and lectures. Our past teachers have included Dianne Hire, Laura Wasilowski, Kimberly Einmo, Andrea Schnur, Nancy Prince, Suzanne Marshall, Joan Shay and Karol Kusmaul.

What’s New

Our next Fun Saturday (February 13) is the Disappearing 4-patch, using a strip piecing method.  Want details? Check the Calendar of Events.

Next Meeting – March 7, 2016

NEW TIME: social hour from 5 to 6 p.m., business meeting begins at 6 p.m., program follows

Eleanor Moland, our fab VP1, will be demonstrating EQ7.  How many of us have this program and don’t use it to its full advantage, or even use it at all? Eleanor makes it look easy!

Remember when you turned in a baggie of 5″ batik squares at the February meeting? You will receive your exchanged squares at the March meeting.

Please remember to bring your finished Dutchman’s Puzzle blocks to the March meeting – white background and blue geese. Using the no waste technique (click HERE), the big square will be your blue (Fabric A), 7 ¼” and the background (Fabric B), 4″, will be white. This will be another beautiful quilt.


See Nancy Dorr at the meeting to pay your 2016 dues.