Author: Diane

Hi! I've been sewing garments since I was 13 years old when I made a cute little red sundress in HomeEc class. Recently, I became an empty-nester and decided I wanted to have more fun! That's when I started quilting, and now I'm hooked!

September President’s Letter

Hello Quilters,

Have you all been busy sewing during the heat of August? I managed to finish quite a few projects although I probably started as many as I finished. Oh well, that’s how I roll. Heaven knows, like most of you, I have plenty of fabric to work with, so I might as well keep creating quilts!

Thank you to everyone who posted a photo of themselves during their childhood on our Facebook page. It’s fun to look back and see the same smile or twinkle in the eyes that you see in the adult read more

Fall Programs


Guild Meeting

  • Coleen Merte of Northwater Quilts in Michigan will join us to share her love of quilting. September 14th, Workshop 1:00-4:00 Pink Grapefruit with Coleen Merte. Make curves without curved piecing! $40.00 Materials list available from

Skill Share

  • September 17th, 10:00-2:00 Glo Stahlhut will share Appliqué with Hotfix Free to guild members


  • September 23rd, 9:30-3:00 Ten Pocket Travel tote
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No Peeking, April!!

We need to get started on the president blocks for April Sterling, which is a tradition we want to continue. For those unfamiliar with this practice, members of the guild are invited to make a quilt block for the outgoing president as a thank you for their leadership. Needless to say, April has more than held her own as our president in a very unusual and trying year. 

To make a block, you need to get a packet with a background square and the printed instructions. It is a simple applique read more

July Board Meeting

The meeting was held on July 10, 2020 at 1:30 pm.

The meeting was called to order by April Sterling.  

Previous board meeting minutes were approved.

Treasurer’s Report: Tameria O’Dell 

  • $125 in new memberships
  • $1,144 from Pat’s estate sale was donated to the guild
  • There is $4,800 in savings to cover room meeting costs. 

Update on meeting space due to Coronavirus

  • Cornerstone – Guild meeting for September 14 is on the church calendar.  Will be in touch with Cornerstone in case of changes.
  • Community North room – not available until 2021.
  • Library – space not available through the rest of 2020.
  • No response yet from Delaware Township community center on space availability.
  • April will go to the fairgrounds to see about a room for holding meetings.

Committee Reports:

Membership:   The guild currently has 176 paid members.  There are 22 members that have not rejoined (unpaid 2020 dues).  No one has yet to be removed from the guild roster.  The names of the 22 people will be reviewed on read more

You Shop, Amazon Gives

Are you an amazon online shopper? If you haven’t already selected a charity to support with your purchases, please consider making Mudsock Quilters Guild your charity of choice. Follow the link below to choose MQG.

Click here to tell amazon to give a percentage of your purchase to Mudsock

After you’re redirected to amazon, you’ll get a pop-up box that asks you if you want to choose Mudsock. Click on the yellow “yes” button. Thanks!

Smile, Beautiful!

If you haven’t had your photo taken yet for the website, we’ve got you covered! Meet us at the front window during the break at each meeting, and we’ll take your picture. And if we already have your photo but you’d like an update, come on over. 🙂

Thanks, Cornerstone!

Every month Cornerstone Lutheran graciously hosts our Guild meetings at no charge. Please show your gratitude by bringing food pantry contributions, or make a small suggested $ 1.00 donation from your piggy bank.

Thanks so much!

Food Pantry Donations

Cornerstone Lutheran is so gracious to host our guild meetings each month. Please show your gratitude by bringing food donations and leave them at the collection corner in the front lobby. Basic items needed:

  • canned food like tuna or tomatoes
  • packaged food like spaghetti
  • bagged food like rice or beans
  • bottled food like spices or juices

Your contribution is much appreciated.