The Independence Hall Quilters
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Due to the Pandemic, our occasional meetings/classes are being held on Zoom teleconferencing.
We are working hard to prepare a gorgeous show for everyone. If the “no crowds” policy still stands with Calaveras County this summer, we hope to bring to you an alternate form of our quilt show.
Hang on to those raffle tickets – the Scholarship Quilt will be raffled off in 2021. We have plenty of tickets for sale if you would like to donate to our scholarship program. Forgot what the quilt looks like? Click HERE
Stay tuned for the latest information
We are a friendly and community service-oriented group of craftspeople meeting weekly at The Ebbetts Pass Community Center, (a.k.a. “The Hall”) at 1445 Blagen Rd. in Arnold.
Random photos of guild members in classes, trunk shows, and various activities show up mostly in the Independence Hall Quilter’s Blog (Scraps & Stitches)
Questions? Search the website, or send us an email!
One thing that random photos capture is that we smile a lot. And we take our sewing seriously.
Arnold is situated in California’s Gold Country, on the Sierra Nevada Mountains’ western slope, located about halfway between Lake Tahoe and Yosemite, at 4,000 ft. elevation.
This area is well known as a recreational and vacation area, including the town of Murphys, the “Queen of the Sierras,” the Calaveras Big Trees Grove of majestic giant redwoods, and Bear Valley, one of California’s better ski areas.