Common Thread
               Quilt Club         Parker, CO
Upcoming Club Events
CTQC - 2018

* 2018 Meeting Dates*

CTQC Leadership Meeting: (Park Meadows Food Court)  Thursday,
Dec 5, 5:30 - 6:30pm

CTQC Meeting: Monday, Dec  10, 2018,

Dinner at Saltgrass Steakhouse
across from
Parker Adventist Hospital

CTQC Leadership Meeting: (Park Meadows Food Court)  Thursday,
Jan 3 , 2019, 5:30-6:30pm

CTQC Meeting: Monday, Jan 14, 2018, 6:30-8:30pm
Location: Parker Adventist Hospital - Room: Inspiration A

Looking Ahead 2018

December 10, 2018

December's meeting will be held at the
Saltgrass Steakhouse
across from the Parker Adventist Hospital

There will be a Christmas ornament exchange
- handmade fabric ornaments -






- Club NewS -

Looking for a great quilt group to join?!
We have classes, speakers, raffles and lots of ideas to share.
We would love to have you visit and check us out.

Remember to bring:

* Nametage
* Show and Tell

* Bags for Hospital



Free Very Merry Wall Quilt Pattern

Front Range Exhibits and
in the West

Rocky Mountain
Quilt Museum

Current Exhibitions

RMQM Fabric Challenge and Quilting in Paper:

The Art of Jane Mathews
Through January 19, 2019

The Rocky Mountain Quilt Museum has two exciting exhibits for its next series, including quilts using
reproduction Civil War Era fabrics and paper Quilt pieces fromGolden artist Jane Mathews.

Hello and Welcome to CTQC

Common Thread Quilt Club of Parker, CO was created in August of 2004 as a social quilting group for local quilters.  The group provides education and networking opportunities to its members and is dedicated to providing quilts for philanthropic causes on a
consistent basis.

Our regular meetings are held on the second Monday
of each month. 
All are welcome to attend, no RSVP is required. Be sure to check our calendar for a list of all of our upcoming events and details.

Common Thread Quilt Club is a wonderful group of talented people, and we hope youwill join us!  Our group is fairly unstructured and small,
and we like to refer toourselves as a club rather than a guild in order to promote a small town feel. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact one of our members.