Where Quilters Gather!

Web Site Future

The Board of VOQG is currently in the process of working through the logistics of getting another web site up and running. A new member has agreed to facilitate the publication of our web site, and the Board is grateful for the skills of new members. Watch for updates to see when the website will be up and running.


Its been a pleasure to host the Valleyoakqg.org web site for the past six/seven years. It is time for me to move on to my next set of priorities, and I am thankful this endeavor will not stop. I had to take some classes, experiment with what I'd learned, and just jump in to have the Valley Oak web site come to fruition. I appreciate all the comments I've received over the years. The personal skill growth for me was very gratifying. Help the person who follows, she is new and will need names, information, etc.

Jenny Glass


Browse our web site and learn more about what's going on with theValley Oak Quilt Guild. If you are visiting the Tulare County area, please feel free to attend a meeting. The Guild has approximately 150 members and is always ready to add new members to the roster.


The purpose of the Valley Oak Quilt Guild is to preserve and continue the traditions, culture, and history of quilting, and promote fellowship among interested persons in all aspects of quilting.


The Valley Oak Quilt Guild was formed in February of 1986 with a group of 14 charter members. Five of those original members are still active today. The valley oak tree (Quercus lobata) logo was designed as a quilt block by Lois Hummell, and it has been used since that time. Suzanne Kistler appliqued and quilted the logo above specifically for this web site. Her efforts are greatly appreciated.