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The Squanicook Colonial Quilt Guild is a non-profit organization dedicated to the art and craft of quilt making through education, preservation, and fellowship. Whether you collect quilts, love them, make them or just want to learn more about them, we invite you to join our guild.

We currently have approximately 150 members. It's a large guild, but we try to keep the small guild feel by providing lots of opportunities for members to be involved in such things as open sews and workshops. Our members come from all over north-central Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire. We are a friendly group and would love to have new members join us.


Meeting Date Change for Fall!

Meetings will be held on the SECOND Wednesday of the month from September, 2023 to December, 2023. We are back at the VFW in Pepperell, MA.

Open Sews

Our open sews are on the third Tuesday of the month from 10:00 to 3:30pm. These meet at the Pepperell Community Center, which is located at 4 Hollis Street in Pepperell. Bring you projects and enjoy the company of lots of sewing buddies. Contact Ann Wilbur if you have any questions. Zoom open sews will also be offered. They are planned for the second Wednesday of the month from 12:30 – 3:30pm. Please contact Nancy Russell if you are interested.


News from the Quilt Cupboard and Membership:

The SCQG Quilt Cupboard will continue to meet at the Groton Senior Center in their large activity room when the Groton Senior Center. Please contact Jan Dillon or Sue Houde for more information.

The Quilt Cupboard is interested in expanding the distribution of finished quilts. They are asking if you could think about sites like shelters for battered women and children, or other agencies that we could make regular donations of quilts to those who may need them. It would be helpful to come up with a list of places we would like to make regular donations to, so that we could get more involved in the wider community and spread the joy of receiving a new quilt. More to come on this, but first, please email with ideas of agencies in our geographic area that are potential sites for us to contact. Identifying an agency does not mean you need to be the liaison for that agency.

We will begin to distribute quilts to older adults needing a quilt for comfort through the Groton Council of Aging. The quilts will be distributed by the Council after requesting a quilt through me. If anyone would like to establish a relationship with the Council of Aging in your town, could you please contact them and let me know how it goes. I think the Council of Agings should have a good idea of who the older adults in town are who would benefit from a quilt. We continue to distribute quilts to Project Linus, Emerson Cancer Center and I still plan to contact LGH Cancer Center. Please consider contacting other groups so that we can set up additional organizations through which we can distribute our quilts.

Thanks for all you do for the Quilt Cupboard and hope to see you all soon! Also could you also let me know if you have distributed a quilt to anyone in the past month. Sue and Jan


Lastly, stay safe and

Happy sewing!



Stay safe and happy sewing





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