Heartland Quilt

The Heartland Quilt Network connects

quilt guilds, quilt shops, and professionals

across the Midwest. We share information

about our programs, workshops, shows, and events to promote the popular and

enduring art of quilt making.


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Welcome to Heartland Quilt Network
Heartland Quilt Network (HQN) has over a hundred members across five Midwestern states. Member categories are: 

  • Guilds - quilting organizations that promote the art of quilting through meetings, workshops, and networking with one another
  • Professionals - teachers that promote quilting through lectures and workshops. Also, long-arm quilters who provide services to others quilters
  • Shops - businesses that sell products to quilters, provide classes and promote the art of quilting

HQN provides its members several ways to interact and share information:

  • A handy roster of phone numbers, mailing addresses, e-mail and website addresses for the professionals and quilt shops members.
  • A calendar of guild meeting locations, times and a contact for member guilds is published and updated constantly on our website.
  • An annual meeting that showcases the offerings of our professionals, presents topics of practical benefit to all our members, and brings together enthusiasts from the quilting industry.
  • Information packets of members' brochures are provided to all.

Heartland Quilt Network Annual Meeting 2017 was held April 8 and was a definite success!  The rooms were filled with guild members and quilt professionals.  Several area guilds brought their opportunity quilts for a chance to sell tickets. 

Part of the day was devoted to learning more about talented quiltmakers in our region that are available to present programs and workshops.  Time was also spent in groups with suggestions for improving the working relationship between quilt guilds and quilt professionals.  The best part was the networking -- during the meeting and during lunch. 

At the close of the meeting, a drawing was held for items generously donated by our professional members -- the lucky winner was Nimble Thimble Quilters of Lee's Summit, MO.