Northern Lake County Quilters Guild – 2022 Fundraiser

This year, for our opportunity quilt, we are offering “Nature’s Splendor!” a beautiful quilt made by our talented members. Nature’s Splendor! is 79” square and an original pattern designed and pieced by our members.  The design encompasses two popular blocks, the nine patch and the square-in-a-square, with green, purple and gold fabrics showcasing the beauty of nature’s flowers, vines and leaves.  It has been beautifully quilted by one of our members on her long arm machine.

To purchase tickets for this beautiful opportunity quilt, click the link below. Everyone who buys tickets must be an Illinois resident and provide an Illinois mailing address. 

Raffle Website

This quilt helps us raise funds to support our educational programs and to allow us to purchase supplies for quilts we make and donate to Project Linus, multiple Lake County nursing homes, and the Cancer Treatment Center. Our guild typically donates over 100 quilts each year, along with other smaller quilted items like Walker bags, fidget quilts, and mug rugs.

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In Person Meetings Resume April 6th


We will resume meeting in person at the Antioch Township Center at the April 6th meeting.

Following current guideline – Masks are optional. **In person meetings, subject to change given the pandemic situation.



Holiday Charity Project

It’s time again for the Charity Holiday Project. We don’t have a specific theme this year so any type of seasonal or non-seasonal item, such as mug rug, table topper, mini table runners, Kleenex holders, pillowcases, etc., will be great. We are hoping to again be able to collect enough items to give a gift to each resident. Instructions for pillowcases and mini table runners are available, if needed. Please bring your Charity Holiday items to the December meeting.  If you have any questions, please contact

In Person Meetings began September 1st

We are now meeting in person at the Antioch Township Center. The Center is a government building. Masks are required.

Our January and February meetings will be via Zoom so weather will not be an issue.