Membership in the DNQG is open to everyone.
Quilts are made by members and donated to various local charities which include: shelters, military, hospitals, families, police & rescue units.
Programs and Classes
Monthly meetings may include but not limited to nationally known speaker, trunk show, classes, workshop, demo or event. Additional classes offered at other times for a modest fee to members and guests.
The DNQG has a lending library with over 400 books, which can be checked out by members for a one month period. The books cover a wide range of quilting and related topics including quilt patterns, instructional techniques, pre-cuts, children’s quilts and modern quilts. The library also sells used books and patterns, and has a free magazine exchange.
Darting Needles Quilt Guild started as a group in 1982. An ad was placed in the Bargain Bulletin asking for people who wanted to get together to quilt and socialize. The group met at the Menasha Library until the group grew too large for that space. The Guild incorporated as a not-for-profit corporation 1988 as Darting Needles Quilt Guild, Inc. The Guild now meets at the First United Methodist Church in Appleton. Three of the original founders are still members of the Guild.