Joining Country Crossroads Quilt Guild is a way to connect with other quilters and make friends. The Guild provides
fellowship and inspiration for quilters with informative meetings, workshops, charity quilting projects, monthly
newsletter, Blocks on the Move, Show-and-Tell, and small sewing groups.
Welcome to the Country Crossroads Quilter's Web Site!
Membership Form 2020-21
For information about the Guild or the website, please contact the Web Master.
We hope these online resources will help you and make CCQ information more accessible to everyone.
Have a Happy Quilting Day!
We welcome quilters of all experience levels, and encourage the growth of their skills. To aid this growth, the Guild
has special speakers on a regular basis who bring the latest in quilting design and techniques to our members.
Our own members also share their techniques and skills, and there is an extensive lending library with several
books in each of the most common techniques used in quilting.
Trinity United Presbyterian Church
All meetings, unless otherwise indicated, will be held at
Trinity United Presbyterian Church,
1600 Carver Road, Modesto, CA 95350
Well, we are still in social-distancing mode.
Hopefully this will end soon. Until then, keep on

Everyone in the country is coming up with new ways to
do things and still maintain social-distancing. Quilters are
no exception.

NCQC is having a meeting on using Zoom for meetings,
classes and lectures, and Cory will be using this input to
develop ways for CCQ to move forward in this manner.
See the Vice-Presidents' article.

June 3 - Warm Wrappings is asking us to participate in
a Virtual Warm Wrappings meeting from 10:00 am to
2:00 pm. During this meeting, you can work on Warm
Wrappings quilts or pillowcases in your own home.
Paddy and Carol have pillowcase kits, quilts to be bound,
and would like to offer backings, batting and quilting of
your tops. See their article in your newsletter.

June 6 and June 13 at 10:00 am - Cory will be hosting
a Zoom
Virtual Coffee Break on these two dates. Her
article in the newsletter identifies how you can be
included in this.

Mystery Quilt - Denise included the first clue for the
quilt in last month's newsletter, and the second one this
month. Choose fabrics from your stash, and use this
opportunity to have fun with something new. Maybe
make a quilt for Warm Wrappings?

Challenge Quilt - Specifications for this were in last
month's newsletter. Make a quilt reflecting an item from
your "Bucket List!" Review the May Newsletter for details
on the sizes and techniques.
Advertise your quilting/sewing related business with us:
Advertise with Us Form
"A Quilt for All Seasons"
2021 Opportunity Quilt Coming Soon