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Welcome to Grand Strand Quilters

2023 Officers and Committee Chairs
Joyce Daly was the 2022 Panel Challenge Winner
panel challenge winner
April 22, 2021 Panel Challenge Winner
Second Place, 2021 Panel Challenge
Third Place, 2021 Panel Challenge Winner
Maxi Lardiere Trunk Show April 1, 2021
Barb Jones opened our 2021 year with a trunk show.
2021 officers
2020 Boys Panel Challenge Winner
Second Place Boys Panel Challenge
Third Place Boys Panel Challenge
Maxi Ladiere
Quilt of Valor
Ugly Fat Quarter Challenge
Maxi Ladiere Trunk Show
St. Andrews School Choir
Christmas Luncheon, 2018
Toiletries for Blue Ridge
Thanksgiving Desserts
12 Mary Harrigan
Completed Backpacks
Wonky Star Quilt
Paradise in Bloom by Nancy Carder
Hidden Block Challenge
Paradise in Bloom
Class Reunion
Over the Yoke Apron
2018 Quilt Winner
Christmas Party 2017
Half Sqaure Triangle Challenge
Lunch at the Sea Captain's
Round Robin Reveal
June 15, 2017 Charity Sew Day
Joanne Shropshire Trunk Show
Quilter's Caddy
Meet the Quilter
Tea Party
Paint Chip Challenge
The 2016 Christmas Party
Thirty Years of Memories
Our Bear Winners
Charity Sew Day, June 2016
Joan Wobbleton
60 Degree Table Runner
"Oh Deer" by Maxi Lardiere
Diane Merlock
Maria Beckberger

Meet the GSQ officers and committee chairs for 2023. From Left to right, Nan Jacoby, Membership; Anna Henry, Treasurer; Connie Fallon, President; Karen Morris, Program Coordinator; Margo Woolard, Charity Coordinator; Bonnie Sisak, Secretary; Joyce Daly, Vice President.

To see pictures of our recent activities, visit our Facebook page at

GRAND STRAND QUILTERS is a welcoming and giving group of Quilters ranging from young to mature, from novice to expert. We come from the South and all the way to northern Canada. We welcome anyone who is interested in the Art of Quilting.


We are very proud to be a charitable organization that donates hundreds of quilts and also gives financial support to many organizations each year.


International teachers to homegrown talent teach classes during the year at the General Robert H. Reed Recreation Center.

In the summer we have a smaller more intimate group, and we spend our time working on our charity quilts. As winter comes the "Snowbirds" arrive in town and join us, enriching our guild with new ideas.


So.......welcome  Y’all.    

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