CAMEO Quilters Guild
...Come And Meet Each Other...

Welcome to CAMEO Quilters Guild Website!

    Since 1994 CAMEO Quilters Guild has been committed to a variety of quilting activities.  We promote the appreciation and knowledge of quilting techniques, textiles, history and quilt-makers to the general public. The guild members share time and talents in service to our communities.
Through Guild meetings we experience fellowship, preserve and promote the traditions, culture, and history of quilt-making, and foster good friendship among persons interested in the art of quilting.
We are welcoming new members, please visit our Forms Page for an application or visitors are welcome. We charge a fee of $5 for regular meetings and $10 if we have a special program speaker.

February 18, 2016 (Thursday 7:00 PM) - General Meeting

February 20, 2016 (
Saturday 9:00 AM) - Charity Day Sew-In

Join us March 17 - Colleen Merte Lecture
"How to Create a Quilt Pattern Company"
Guest Fee: $10

March 19 - National Quilting Day Sew-In


CAMEO Quilters guild

proudly presents:

Joe Cunningham

“Joe the Quilter” Quilt Artist and Historian

LECTURE & TRUNK SHOW: “My Life in Quilts”
Thursday, April 21, 2016 - 7pm -
$10 guest fee at the door.
Clawson United Methodist Church

205 S. Main St. (north of 14 Mile), Clawson, MI 48017

WORKSHOP: “Rock the Block III”
Saturday, April 23, 2016; 6 hours, 9am-3pm
Clawson United Methodist Church

Members: $50; Non-members $60.

Joe Cunningham, quilt artist, historian and author, began his quilting career in Michigan in 1979. His early mentors instilled in Joe a love of quilting history and traditional technique, but over the years his work has evolved into a unique and contemporary style.

Joe’s quilts are in permanent museum collections and numerous private collections. Author of 11 books on quilting, Joe has appeared on the Peabody award-winning series “Craft in America”, “Simply Quilts with Alex Anderson”, “Sewing with Nancy” and “The Quilt Show” with Alex Anderson and Ricky Tims.
Visit www.joethequilter to discover more!



Take the classic Four Patch and turn it loose. Easy, fun, all-sewing class for everyone. Let me guide you step by step through this simple yet infinitely variable process to make a quilt top that designs itself! In this 6 hour class we will make enough Fantasy Four Patch blocks for a larger quilt.

SUPPLIES: This is a machine sewing class, for which you'll need standard sewing equipment plus:

Extension cord, rotary cutter, mat & rulers including a 6" or 6-1/2" square.

This is a 2-color quilt. Bring in 2 yards each of 2 contrasting fabrics.

For more information, contact Linda W. at: or download a registration by clicking on Class Registration Form. Mailing and payment instructions are included.

Registration deadline is March 1, 2016.

Rock the Block III