IEQG (Inland Empire Quilters Guild) is an organization founded in 1981 by Rusty Hedrick with just ten members in tow, with the intent to promote the love of quilting through education and fellowship. Our objective, as a charitable organization, is to promote and preserve the art of quilting and continue the traditions, cultures and history of quilt making among our members as well as the community. Supporting projects which promote the continuation of quilt arts and quilt techniques, including participation by quilt instructors, allows our members to hone their skills in the fabrication of beautiful quilts that warm the body. Other techniques allow members to construct art quilts that are used for wall hangings or table runners, bringing the love of all things quilted into their homes.
Every two years, our Guild hosts a Quilt Show which showcases the fabulous works of art created by our guild members. Through IEQG meetings, our members exchange ideas, encourage each other to complete projects, and instruct others in methods and techniques of creative quilting, including the use of various textiles and embellishments. There are a myriad of events each month in which members can participate, including the Block of the Month (BOM) exchange, fat quarter exchange, Secret Pal gift exchange, and the semi-monthly opportunity basket. Door prizes, donated by our local quilt shops, can be won each month by a lucky member!
Quilt photos on this site depict portions of
members’ quilts from our 2015 Quilt Show.
Inland Empire Quilters Guild P.O. Box 2232 Corona, CA 92878-2232