Tri-City Quilters Guild
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Welcome to the web residence of Tri-City Quilters’ Guild

A 501(c)3 nonprofit corporation.
Image Title: 2020 Raffle Quilt - Modern Metamorphosis
2020 Raffle Quilt - Modern Metamorphosis
Image Title: 2022 Raffle Quilt - Serendipity
2022 Raffle Quilt - Serendipity
Image Title: 2023 Raffle Quilt - Unnamed
2023 Raffle Quilt - Unnamed

The Tri-City Quilters’ Guild (TCQG) was founded in 1982 by a small group of quilters.  Since then our membership has grown to over 300 members who have been

  • Sharing information about quilting history, patterns, techniques, and trends
  • Creating comfort quilts for local agencies 
  • Enjoying other activities related to quilt creation, collection, and appreciation.

We have produced one of the largest annual quilt shows in Washington State for more than 35 years. It has grown to fill Kennewick’s Three Rivers Convention Center with more than 400 quilts, a merchant mall, and a second-hand “store.”


Board Meetings and Mini-Meet-Ups

Board meetings are held the 2nd Monday of the month at the White Bluffs Quilt Museum.  All members are allowed to attend.  Meetings start at 6:30PM.

The board organized Mini-Meet-Up meetings at White Bluffs beginning on January 18th and continuing the third Monday of each month until we can resume our regular meetings.  Members can renew their membership, drop off community service items, pick up community service kits, check out a book from the new merged library, purchase shop hop passports, purchase raffle tickets, share your latest project, etc.  Mini-meet-ups are held from 10AM to 2PM.

White Bluffs is limited to 11 people inside at one time.  We hope for a steady flow of members in and out, please don't all come at once.

The June Mini-Meet-Up will be held in Jefferson Park, 1400  George Washington Way.  If the shelter space is taken, then meet at White Bluffs Quilt Museum. The guld hopes to more back to Hillspring Church in the very near future.

Recent Pop-Up Show

The Tri-City Quilters’ Guild (TCQG) had an opportunity to show off their creations on 9/26/20 as part of the Historic Downtown Kennewick weekend events.  There were many vendors setting up their booths outside and the guild displayed their quilts on hangers down the middle of the street.  It was a chance for our members to show off 'our stuff' and share with the community.