About Us



Founded August 2002 with 9 members


Our mailing address

Kaufman Quilt Guild

P. O. Box 1241

Kaufman, Texas 75142

Contact Us

For questions or comments,

please contact the Webmaster at


Webmasterkqguild@gmail.com


Kaufman Quilt Guild is a 501(c)(3) organization. Our Guild Activities are attached with specifc information on all the activities and programs provided by our Guild.

Our Mission

The purpose of the Kaufman Quilt Guild is to bring together people who share a common love of quilting and enable them to participate in community service projects which benefit those in need, while preserving a rich heritage and exploring new expressions of the art of quilting through education. The Kaufman Quilt Guild seeks to be a respected organization, known for its activities and programs and designed to enrich the lives of others in the community.

Membership

Benefits of Joining the Kaufman Quilt Guild

Some of the benefits of being a member of the Kaufman Quilt Guild are participation in the Farm Girls Club, Community Service Projects and the Quilts of Valor. Most importantly, you become part of a special group of people - quilters! We are here to be your friend, share our knowledge and the love of quilting, and offer encouragement so you can complete that UFO!

Our members live in the surrounding towns of Kaufman, Crandall, Combine, Seagoville, Forney, Rockwall, Kemp, Terrell, Dallas, Edom, Taylor, Garland, Hideaway, Heartland, Midlothian, Weatherford, Red Oak, Heath, Scurry and Canton.

Who Can Join?

Membership is open to the public. Members must abide by the rules and regulations of the Guild. See "Membership Activities" tab on Home page. Please feel free to join one of our meetings as our guest.

How Can You Join?

Membership dues are as follows:

Active Member $25.00

Active Members (Senior - 65+) $20.00

Charter Members $20.00

Charter Members (Senior - 65+) $15.00

Junior Members (ages 10-17) $15.00

Men are allowed to join the Guild, although they are not allowed to attend retreats.