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Strawberry Patchers

a Chapter of the Arizona Quilters Guild

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The Strawberry Patchers, a Chapter of the Arizona Quilters Guild (
was organized in February 1994 and the Arizona Quilters Guild
granted us our Charter on October 01, 1994.
Currently we have a membership of 40 and we
welcome anyone who is interested in quilting at any skill level.
Our 2016
Opportunity Quilt
'The Herd'
 94" x 98"
Drawing will be held December 1, 2016
Tickets for our 2016 opportunity quilt are one for $1 or six for $5
and are available at the Memorial Day,
4th of July and Labor Day weekends at the Arts and Crafts Festival
held in downtown  in Pine, AZ.
And at the Rim Country Quilt Roundup
October 14 and 15, 2016
held at the Mazatzal Hotel and Casino in Payson, AZ
You can also order tickets by mail.
Send a check payable to Strawberry Patchers to:
Strawberry Patchers
P.O. Box 594
Pine, Arizona 85544-0594
Please make sure your name and phone number with area code are included.
Need a good resource for quilt shows, events, museums
and much more, check out the link below
12th Annual Rim Country Quilt Roundup
coming October 14 and 15, 2016
Mazatzal Hotel and Casino Exhibition Hall
 More information on the website
'Rim Country'
The 2015 Opportunity Quilt
was won by Betty Boone
Buckeye, AZ
Our 2014 opportunity quilt 'Wild Woods'
was won by Rod Spohn from Mesa, AZ
The 2013 Opportunity Quilt
'Winds of the Wild'
was won by Missy Anderson
Chandler, AZ
Our 2012 Opportunity Quilt
'Majestic Splendor'
Was Won By"
Cathy Spratling from Mesa, AZ

'Cabin in the Woods', our 2011 Opportunity Quilt, was won by
Rose Majors from Tonopah, AZ
Our 2010 Opportunity Quilt
'Up North'
Was won by Lew and Gioia Carnes

Our 2009 Opportunity Quilt,
won by Felicia Serden, Chandler, AZ
"Arizona Mountain Home"
featuring 3 Panels - Spring, Summer, Autumn and Winter in Arizona

2007 Opportunity Quilt "Arizona In All Her Glory"
won by Kathy Johnson, Strawberry, AZ
Presently on exhibit with the Arizona Centennial Quilt Project in Tucson.