Lighthouse Quilt Guild

Grand Haven, Michigan

lighthouse quilt guild

Our mission is to be a forum to exchange ideas and to provide information and education regarding quilting.

In addition quilts are donated to charitable organizations whose activities reflect the interests of the members.

Added to Programs, Events, Workshops page is a page with information about PALS and Big Red Quilt Guilds.

of sky and sea quilt show

Good Night, Quilt Show 2022.

First and foremost, a sincere thank you to all our members who volunteered their time and talents to bring together the 2022 Quilt Show: Our Committee Chair people who spent time organizing, telephoning, recruiting, sharing ideas to develop and promote the show: Members brought their spouses, grandchildren, sisters and friends to assemble the finale of a year’s work:
Boutique, admissions, hospitality volunteers who showed exceptional
patience and good humor throughout. You make Lighthouse the
exceptional organization that it is.
Over five hundred people visited our Show. They saw a wide variety of quilt styles, colors and displays of exceptional skills. They saw heartfelt tributes to our members who have passed and our efforts to meet the community’s needs through Lighthouse’s outreach programs and they saw how the craft of quilting brings challenge, camaraderie and friendship to its members.


As with most things, some changes, workarounds and new ideas should be part of 2023’s plans, but that said, the 2022 Lighthouse Quilt Show was outstanding! Take a moment to look at the Special Quilt Show newsletter that shares the weekend’s events, stories shared by ribbon winners and much more.
The final financial outcome will be reported at the October meeting.
Quilt Show CoChairs
Jackie Fisher/Alicia Gilewski


Check out lots of pictures on the blog pages.  Winners on one page and other entries on another.

new library books added

Amy adds books quite regularly to the library.  Go to Members only page to see what we have in the library.

Click on the pictures to enlarge them.


What a fun day creating a collage bee


PRESENTER/TEACHER:  Valina James, Certified Laura Heine instructor.  Valina has been taught Laura Heine’s  technique. She uses the same supplies and has secrets to making a successful collage quilt.  She has spent time in Laura’s shop learning how to choose fabrics and make kits. 
We learned a new to most of us technique on how to make a collage and a background. Click on each picture to enlarge it.   More pictures on the blog page.

Please take the time to check out the websites of the upcoming speakers. More information and links can be found on the Program Page.

More pictures on the the Blog  page.


September 12, 2022  Program

This will be a joint meeting hosted by PALS at Fellowship Church, 4200 Apple Ave., in Muskegon on September 12, 2022, starting at 6:30 pm.

PRESENTER: Lynn Carson Harris of The Little Red Hen in Chelsea Michigan will present a trunk show.

She will also be doing a workshop early in in the day.

Workshop: Tiny Piecing 

Supply list on the workshop page.

Where: Quilted Memories in Montague

Time: 9am-4pm. Lunch on your own.

Cost: $65

Challenge Yourself

Examples of past workshops, some live, some zoom, all fun

Past classes included Janelle Schwartz “Scrappy Applique” and MJ Kinman’s special  “Gem Block” for our guild.