Recent News

Cruiser Quilt Donation

On April 14, 2010, Brian Coleman and Steve Smith of the Citrus County Sheriff’s Department visited the monthly meeting of the Creative Quilters of Citrus County, where 80 cruiser quilts were donated. Most times the quilts are given to children, but also to teens and the elderly.

Convergence Class

Beth Dombek, workshop leader, and member Faith Orr, take a moment from their work on a Convergence Quilt.   The March workshop for Creative Quilters was making a Ricky Tims Convergence Quilt.  This is Tims imaginative piecing technique using two fabrics cut into strips, sewn together, then cut and pieced a second time.  The class was led by Beth Dombek, an active member of the Lake Miona Quilters in the Villages and excellent teacher.

March Show and Tell

The March Parade

February Workshop Show And Tell

Show and tell during the break.  Some of the Cruiser Quilts were made during the workshop. 

Mable's Workshop

The members of Mabel Toth's Sashikoclass wanted a visual image for reference so here it is.  For those of us that went to sign up for the class and discovered it was full, here is what we missed.  Lesson: Don't hesitate to sign up for classes.



We are a not for profit quilt guild located in Citrus County Florida.  Our objectives are to further education by teaching the making and perservation of quilts for future generations and to make quilts for donation to non-profit and charitable organizations.  Mailing address:
 Creative Quilters
 P.O. Box 2455
 Homosassa Springs, FL 34447