Sinnissippi Quilters, Inc.

We are a quilt guild formed to encourage & educate our members and community and use our sewing gifts to benefit our community.

Booth layout with various examples of embroidery

Embroiderers’ Guild of America

We’re deeply dedicated to the study, preservation, and promotion of needle arts through education and the celebration of its heritage. Our members range from beginners to experts working within local chapters or at-large networks, to take their skills to the next level in a community of stitchers!

EGA is a membership-based organization focused on education of embroidery.

Woman holding multicolored quilt

Reedsburg Area Quilt Guild

We are organized for educational and charitable purposes within the meaning of section 501 C3 of the IRS. We preserve the traditions and history of Quilt making and we try to foster an awareness of and to be receptive to creative innovations in the art. The guild promotes fellowship and all skill levels are welcome.

Madison Area Sewing Guild

We are the Madison area chapter of American Sewing Guild, a national organization for sewists of garments, quilts, and accessories. We have an active community sewing group that provides items for local organizations in need

We welcome all ages and all levels of experience. Our members live in southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois.

a group of Veterans sitting on chairs with quilts over their shoulders

Quilts of Valor

Our mission is to cover Veterans and active military with a healing and comforting quilt.

small blue handbag with Project Lydia label stitched to it

Project Lydia

Project Lydia is a non profit humanitarian mission working with widows and abandoned wives to teach them the skills to make sustainable incomes and send their children to school.

Raffle Donor

folded blanket with a note on top of it

Project Linus Madison Chapter

We are a non-profit, all volunteer organization that distributed new, handmade blankets to children in need of security in the form of a blanket. Our blankets are distributed through local health care providers, social service agencies, and other organizations that serve children.

brochures and information displayed at organization table

Downtown Madison Information

We provide downtown Madison information for the Great Wisconsin Quilt Show attendees. Formed in 1999, Madison’s Central Business Improvement District (BID) is a City of Madison assessment district encompassing State Street (from Park Street to the Capitol Square) and the Capitol Square area (the Square plus most 100 block streets or “spokes” off the Square). Located on an isthmus between two beautiful lakes, and anchored by the Wisconsin State Capitol and the University of Wisconsin campus, this unique shopping, dining, entertainment and business district is home to hundreds of shops, boutiques, galleries, restaurants, pubs and taverns, many locally-owned, plus museums and cultural destinations.

Madeline Island School aerial view of campus

Madeline Island School of the Arts

Madeline Island School of the Arts is the country’s premier art and craft school located on a uniquely restored Wisconsin dairy farm in the middle of an island surrounded by Lake Superior and the other Apostle Islands.

Our classes are taught by nationally recognized teachers and are held between May and October. The school offers week long workshops in writing, painting, quilting, photography and other genres.