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Welcome to the Ozark Piecemakers website!

The Ozark Piecemakers Quilt Guild was formed to promote fellowship of those interested in the preservation and the sharing of the art of quilting, to encourage community awareness of quilting and related arts, to share our knowledge of the enjoyment of quilting, and to use our knowledge and expertise to benefit the community.

We invite you to visit the other areas of our web site to learn more about OPQG – click on a link to the left to learn more about the different activities our guild takes part in.

New members are always welcome!

We meet every fourth Tuesday at both 10:00 AM and 6:00 PM at 2738 South Campbell Street, Springfield, Missouri, in the Village Shopping Mall.

Come join us for great speakers, beautiful quilts and fellowship with others who love the art of quilting!

Christmas at OPQG in the Morning

Full House

A full house joined in the fun for a Christmas party on December 2. After a short (very short) meeting Billie Tordt called the meeting to an end. Mary Loker and Becky Wolpert, our own singing duo, … Read more...

Community Quilts Distribution

Community Quilts Distribution

WOW...that's a lot of quilts! These ladies of Community Quilts are sorting quilts that will be donated to various Springfield charities. "THANK YOU" to the many members who have had a part in … Read more...

Special Presentation on QOV Day at the Guild

Special Presentation on QOV Day at the Guild

Our own Springfield TV news anchor, Jerry Jacob, was a recipient of a Quilt of Valor at our previous presentation. He attended our presentation on November 9 and brought with him a presentation of his … Read more...

Quilts of Valor Presentation Day

Quilts of Valor Presentation Day

On November 9, 2014 deserving veterans were given Quilts of Valor during a presentation at the Guild. Connie Bradford was an awesome MC for the event. Tanya Perretta, co-chair, helped display the … Read more...