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Canyon Quilters of San Diego is an active guild with over 160 creative members who make everything involving textiles: from traditional quilts, to contemporary quilts, to the most cutting edge art quilts. Our members have a broad range of interests. And for that reason we enjoy a wide variety of speakers and workshops.

Some members consider themselves beginners in their quilting journey and are looking to learn from workshops and other members. On the flip side, some Canyon members are published authors and/or prize-winning exhibitors, which includes being juried into the most prestigious quilt shows.

Regardless of your level, there is something for each of us at Canyon Quilters.

First and foremost, our members are here for fun, camaraderie and learning.

Canyon Members at FUNdraiser


Our members have a broad range of interests and, as a result, we have something for everyone.

We invite you to join in.

See you the 3rd Monday of the month.

Social time is 6pm (for in person) and 6:15pm (for Zoom) | 6:30pm evening program begins

Canyon Activities: Workshop

2022 Workshops

Oct 15|Ruler & Rotary Cutting Mat Bag with Cristie|9am to 3pm|Rosie’s Calico Cupboard

2023 Workshops To Be Announced in September…Check Back!

Canyon Activities: FUNdraiser

Activities List

Click (or touch) an event to learn more about it.

Member Quilt
Member Quilt

Join Us

Canyon conducts our monthly Guild meetings in one of two ways:

  1. Virtual. The meeting only supports virtual attendees using Zoom
  2. Hybrid. The meeting supports both virtual attendees using Zoom and in-person attendees. You choose how you’d like to participate!
    • Most meetings will be a Hybrid format

Take a look at the monthly meetings to see the format of each Guild meeting.

Learn more about Canyon’s monthly meetings.

Join us the third Monday of every month, January through November.
And finally, we look forward to you joining us…and sewcializing together.

About Us

Canyon Quilters of San Diego is a nonprofit organization established in 1985 to:

  • Promote good fellowship among persons interested in the art of quilt making
  • Promote the knowledge and appreciation of all aspects of quilt making
  • Further the education and skills of members through workshops and lectures.
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