The Guild was founded in 1989 by three women, JoAnn Tryon, Mardelle Turner, and Lora Williams who met in members' homes until the Guild grew too large to accommodate them. Roseville Quilters now has about 200 members and is a nonprofit organization, organized under the Nonprofit Mutual Benefit Corporation Law of California.

We welcome guests at our meetings, and are currently welcoming new members. We meet at Creekside Church in Rocklin at 9am, usually on the 3rd Wednesday of each month. Occasionally we have to change a meeting date because of a scheduling conflict.  If you are interested in visiting our guild, please check our calendar page to be sure of the correct date.

General meetings are held at Creekside Church,  290 Technology Way, Rocklin.

If you're on Washington going North toward our former meeting place, continue on Washington, past Pleasant Grove, and turn left on Industrial Ave.  In 3 miles, turn right onto Placer Corporate Dr, then turn left onto Technology Way. The church is at the end of the court, 290 Technology Way.

If you're near Hwy 80, from 80 take Hwy 65 toward Lincoln/Marysville.  Take the Sunset Blvd exit and in 0.3 mi turn left onto Sunset Blvd, back over the highway.  Turn right onto Placer Corporate Dr, then turn right onto Technology Way.  The church is at the end of the court, 290 Technology Way.

Second Wednesday workshops/Basting are held in the Senior Wing at the Maidu Community Center.  Head east on Douglas Blvd.  Turn right onto Rocky Ridge, then left at the second light into Maidu Park.  Turn left when the street dead-ends.  The Community Center is ahead on the left.  The Senior Wing is on the left as you enter the front doors.

Workshops are held at Sierra View Country Club, 105 Alta Vista, Roseville OR the Raley’s Event Center, 6845 Douglas Blvd., Granite Bay.




Please complete the formand bring it to a meeting, or mail it to Maryanne Paveglio with your payment (check or credit card).

   2022-2023 Fillable pdf

Don’t forget your membership dues. Checks may be made payable to RQG and brought to a meeting or sent to the Guild’s post office box,

PO Box 513, Roseville CA 95678

(Members may pay by credit card through GroupWorks.  If you haven’t signed in before, enter your email address and press “forgot password”.)


Our Bylaws (2020)

Our Policies and Procedures (2020)

Fifth Wednesday Community Service work days are held at the First United Methodist Church in Roseville. From the corner of Washington and Main streets, head south toward the underpass. Before reaching the underpass turn right onto Church Street.  (The First Methodist Church is on the corner of Washington Blvd and Church Street.)  Turn right into the parking lot.  The entrance into the meeting room is near the far right corner of the parking lot as you enter it.