Dolores, CO

DMQ offers a lending library of  books, CDs, etc to its members.
Click on a link below to download or view what is available thanks 
to our amazing librarian
Lucy B..

The Library.pdf is a short version.

Updated 2/7/2023
2022 Raffle Quilt

Dolores Mountain Quilters 2

The new start-up DMQ2, or Dolores Mountain Quilters 2, will begin a trial run beginning on June 17 at 10:00 am at the Dolores Public Library.  

The purpose of the new group is to invite folks who cannot make the Tuesday morning meetings of the regular guild.  We hope to recruit and inspire new membership with ideas  and energy that will help keep the guild a strong organization.

The presenter for this gathering will be Peggy Thomas of Tucson, AZ. She will have a textile art exhibit on display at the library at that time. 

 All members of the guild are invited to attend as well.  We will give  a quick explanation of the guild's purpose and activities as an introduction. 

 Following that will be the program by Peggy, hopefully followed by a show and tell provided by guild members. You are encouraged to bring a sample of work and talk about what inspires you or started your quilter's journey.

Please contact LouAnn Burkett for further information:

The Dolores Mountain Quilters Guild was established in 1994 and currently has 110+ members.
Meetings are the first Tuesday of every month at 10 a.m. at the Dolores Community Center. Beginners and visitors are welcome. Annual membership dues are $25.

Monthly meetings include a program of either a demonstration or hands-on workshop. We also sponsor special demonstrations, day-long workshops featuring regional and nationally known artists and retreats.

The Guild supports the community with dozens of quilts donated to families, children, veterans and individuals in need and to nonprofit organizations for fundraising; and annual cash contributions that support nonprofit service organizations. Since 2003, the Guild has donated more than 770 quilts, 900 children’s Christmas stockings and $33,000 in cash donations. The Guild hosts classes taught by Guild members and regional and national instructors.