Last update: June 25, 2015

Welcome to our website! Like most websites, this is a work in progress. Check back often to see progress. Trunk show photos, Show and Tell photos, Peds Quilt photos, etc. are no longer posted on the home page, but are archived according to calendar date. Find the latest "upload" here: Guild Archive

Little Traverse Bay Quilters Guild
is a long-established guild with 136 members from at least 10 communities in the area surrounding Petoskey.


in Petoskey, Michigan,
near the "Tip of the Mitt,"
and just 30 miles south of the
Big Mackinac Bridge!


We meet every second Thursday at the Emmet County Friendship Center, 1322 Anderson Road in Petoskey. Guild members who wish to meet and visit with other quilters may bring needlework at 3pm. Some members take a dinner break at about 5pm. Light refreshments are served at 6pm, and our regular meeting begins at 6:30pm. Guild members may bring guests.

Emmet County Friendship Center
LTB Quilters Guild is regarded with good will and support from our surrounding community, and we gladly return the favor. We provide McLaren Northern Michigan Hospital with quilts for pediatric patients, and make sure every senior citizen who receives Meals on Wheels also has a cheerful quilted placemat. And, as a "Thank You" to those who allow us to use the Friendship Center, we yearly provide a quilt that they may then use for a raffle fundraiser.

Want or need more information? Drop us an e-mail at:

Next regular meeting of the Little Traverse Bay Quilt Guild is set for
(Note changes in date, time and location!!)


6:00pm, Wednesday, July 15 at Boyne City Library Community Room
(201 E. Main Street, Boyne City)
where we will have our summer picnic!

(No mosquitos or ants this year!)

Following the potluck, stay to enjoy a lecture and trunk show by renowned author Mickey Dupre.



Photos from the recent June meeting are posted. Click here!


From Quilts by the Bay - 2015 Quilt Show
Viewer's Choice: "Dear Jane"
by Mary Snider
(One of our many members from Charlevoix
This is the quilt selected by those who attended and voted at the show.
About the 2015 Quilt Show photos: There are more than 150 to be sorted, paired with their info sheets, cropped, etc.
and the Webmistress is a little pressed for time right now. We'll do what we can, as we can. Please be patient.


"Dear Jane" Wannabes and Lovers of Handwork click here.  

Did you know there's a dedicated group of quilters for our local Hospice Chapter?

Our sister quilters meet once a week to cut and sew quilts for patients at Hiland Cottage, the hospice facility maintained by Vital Care Hospice of Little Traverse Bay, and part of McLaren Northern Michigan. Every patient admitted to Hiland Cottage is given a 5'x7' quilt made to fit an extra-long twin hospital bed. Patient families are allowed to keep the quilt. These ladies have some critical needs: batting, larger pieces of fabric and backing materials. They also need the assistance of long-arm stitchers to help finish the quilts. If you can provide any of these materials, please call Barbara Postelnick at 231-347-0798.

Hiland Cottage

The Hospice Quilters meet from 9am-12 noon each Wednesday at McLaren's Community Health Education Center (the old A&P location) on Connable Avenue. They will welcome anyone who wants to lend a hand.

170 placemats
make 'em 12" x 18"
by November
for senior citizens
who really like 'em

Didja' know that this Guild has made and donated 98 quilts to pediatric patients at McLaren Northern Michigan? That's awesome, ladies!


Quilts of Valor
Quilts for U.S. Military Veterans
is now an official project of this Guild.

This group usually meets on the first Wednesday of the month,
from 10:00am - 2:30pm
Hearts to Holly,
107 Mason Street, Charlevoix.
(You may want to pack a lunch.)

Next workshop meeting:
July 1st
Click here for instructions.

Quilts of Valor update: 36 quilts have been completed and given to veterans,
with 11 more in various stages of completion.

  Didn't get to the meeting? See the images at: Guild Archive
Looking for a back issue of the Guild's monthly newsletter? They're in the Archive, too! Click here!