CQC General Meetings

The monthly general meeting schedule and information about the planned speakers is listed in the Upcoming Meetings section below. In 2022, the hybrid meetings accommodate both in-person and online attendees.

In-person location:

Waterstone Community Church

5890 S. Alkire Street, Littleton, CO 80127

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81571018794

Zoom Meeting ID: 815 7101 8794
Zoom Phone Number: 669 900 6833


CQC Board Meetings

All CQC members are invited to attend board meetings at 6 p.m. the second Tuesday of each month. The meetings are held via Zoom. 

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84831292270

Zoom Meeting ID: 848 3129 2270

Zoom Phone Number: 669-900-6833


CQC Steering Committee Meetings

Meetings are held via Zoom on the first Tuesday each month. For more information, contact cqcsteeringcommittee@gmail.com.

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/81820825732

Zoom Meeting ID: 818 2082 5732
Zoom Phone Number: 669 900 6833


Quilt-a-Fair Committee Meetings

All CQC members are invited to be a part of the Quilt-a-Fair planning. Meetings are held via Zoom with occasional in-person gatherings. For schedule information, contact Dawn Mills at cqcquiltafair@gmail.com.

Zoom link: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/89709207860

Zoom Meeting ID: 897 0920 7860
Zoom Phone Number: 669 900 6833




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Sarah Goer

10 a.m. Saturday, July 23, 2022 Hybrid Meeting via Zoom and in person at Waterstone Community Church 5890 S. Alkire St. Littleton, CO 80127

Sarah Goer (she/her) is a quilt artist, pattern designer, teacher, and lecturer who is passionate about using bold color and geometric design in both traditional and improv quilts. She enjoys inspiring others in their creativity. Her favorite tools for quilt design are graph paper and a design wall. Sarah lives in San Jose, California with her husband and two quilter kids and enjoys sharing her work and process at www.sarahgoerquilts.com.



Rhonda Denney

10 a.m. Saturday, August 27, 2022 Hybrid Meeting via Zoom and in person at Waterstone Community Church 5890 S. Alkire St. Littleton, CO 80127

Rhonda Denney discovered quilting in 2004, and began working with fabrics as her palette. Soon after, she began applying pigment directly on fabric. This led to her Pigments Patchwork technique, a unique method that uses a variety of color applications, including makeup. If you have old lipsticks and eyeshadow, you’ll love her trunk show and the workshop!

Rhonda’s work has been honored with numerous awards, most notably from Front Range Contemporary Quilters and Studio Art Quilt Associates. She and husband Ray Fallen live on 18 acres outside Emporia, Kansas. Their menagerie of rescue animals includes 5 horses, 2 goats, 2 cats and a dog.

In this hour-long trunk show, Ronda will show her recent work, including some from her series “The Eyes Have It.” In these quilts, Rhonda focused on the eyes of various animals, and how pigment deepened the animal’s gaze.

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Information: https://www.coloradoquiltingcouncil.com/quilt-a-fair


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Team Tobisch

10 a.m. Saturday, October 22, 2022 Hybrid Meeting via Zoom and in person at Waterstone Community Church 5890 S. Alkire St. Littleton, CO 80127

Shelley Scott-Tobisch and Bernie Tobisch will join us from their home in Canada, before setting off for Quilt Market. Between them, they have more than 30 years in the quilt industry. Shelley’s Precision Piecing method has been featured on The Quilt Show, along with Bernie’s Machine Needle 101 lecture.

Team Tobisch will introduce the Precision Piecing technique, Acorn products, and the block which is the foundation for a featured quilt (currently Fruit Medley.) They will discuss how fabric preparation and machine readiness affect your sewing success.

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Cyndi McChesney

10 a.m. Saturday, December 3, 2022 Hybrid Meeting via Zoom and in person at Waterstone Community Church 5890 S. Alkire St. Littleton, CO 80127

Cyndi McChesney has been quilting for over 40 years. She has enjoyed a wide-ranging and fulfilling career in the quilting industry including as a

quilt shop owner, custom quilt maker and instructor throughout the US and Canada at national shows, guilds and quilt shops. CQC’s 2022 raffle quilt, Circular Fascination, is a great example of her free motion mastery. Cyndi is well known for her creativity with panels.  She’s looking forward to her first book, Fun With Panels, available in 2022 from C&T Publishing.

Cyndi achieved the distinguished title of National Quilt Association Certified Teacher of the Year, has won awards in the Hoffman Challenge, the Colorado State Fair, Mancuso Visuals #1 2020, for Best Long-arm Workmanship and the Vermont Quilt Festival 2021 for 

Exceptional Merit.

Her passion for quilt making is evident in comments from Cyndi’s students and in her never-ending quest to find new techniques and skills to share so that quilting is a fun, enjoyable life-long endeavor.