Welcome to the web page for the Bits ‘n’ Pieces Quilt Guild.
We are a group of about  160 members who love to quilt.
We invite you to explore our website to
learn more about the guild.
Join, Learn, Grow with us!

During normal times, the guild meets at 7 p.m. 4th Tuesday of the month
at the Salem Methodist Church of Ballwin, 14825 Manchester Road
Ballwin, MO


Our guild has gone digital! Until further notice, our monthly meetings will be held on zoom. All members with an email address will receive an invitation to sign into the meeting through the groups io email group. All guild activities are now listed on the guild calendar. Members can find it on the Member’s only page. If you need help navigating the website and finding the calendar, click here for a pdf with detailed directions.

There are many other activities available on zoom. Check out this list:

Bits Members Afternoon Zoom – This group meets every 2 weeks on THURSDAY AFTERNOON from 1:00 – 3:00. The group chose to have a Sew Day during their Zoom meetings. We are open to anyone who wants to attend. The next meetings are scheduled for April 29, May 13 and May 27, 2021.   If you are interested in joining this group or have questions, contact Chris Williams (cwwill@earthlink.net)

Bits Members Evening Zoom – This group has zoom meetings 1st and 3rd  WEDNESDAY EVENING of each month from 7:00 – 9:00. The group is a social meeting with time to chat, share projects, ask questions, (or sew a bit if you wish) and just catch up on news of the Guild and each other.  The next meetings are scheduled for May 5 and May 19, 2021.  This group is open to anyone who wants to attend.  If you are interested or have questions, contact Chris Williams (cwwill@earthlink.net)


June 22 Guild Meeting (Zoom) – Annie Scheumbauer – ‘A trunk show of my fiber work’

Annie is a painter, fiber artist and retired art teacher. Her fiber work includes
embroidery, knitting, silk painting and quilting.  She has been transferring her artwork to fabric at Spoonflower.com and using her own fabric art in her quilts. Her presentation will be a show and tell of her work . Her artwork can be previewed at http://www.artistannie.com.  She writes on her website that she “ is continually captivated by nature; interested in capturing plant and flower images through all of their cycles in nature – seeds, sprouts, shoots, flowers unfolding, blossoming, withering. I am interested also in the visual rhythm of leaves unfolding on a stem, roots swirling in a jar. I am striving to capture this energy of germination/blossoming/ growth by lively calligraphic marks and brush strokes. ”