Celebrate National Quilting Day on Saturday, March 17, at the Landrum Library.  LQ members will display quilts, work on quilting projects and answer quilting questions from 9 a.m. until 1 p. m.
     We welcome visitors and new members to the Landrum Quilters.
     Join us on the second Thursday of each month at 9:30 a. m. The agenda includes a business meeting, show and tell, an educational program and refreshments.  
     The historic Gowensville Community Center serves as our meeting place. It is located near the intersection of highways 11 and 14.  Its official address is 14186 Highway 11, Campobello, SC  29322. 
     The location is a convenient drive from Landrum, Greenville, Spartanburg, Gaffney, Hendersonville and places in between.
     On the fourth Monday at 9:30 a. m., we also gather for a bee at the center.  You can bring a project to work on, spend time looking at books from our extensive library or share ideas with friends. 
     Dues are $20 per year. Our year starts in January.
    This group, organized in 1980, has grown to more than 130 members who share the common love of creativity through quilting and fabric arts. Our monthly programs, periodic workshops and philanthropic projects offer members a variety of educational experiences and opportunities to form lasting friendships.  

     Visitors may attend two meetings before joining. 

LQ Newsletters
     Club newsletters are posted on the LQ Members page.

Club projects
  • Ronald McDonald House. Members annually make and donate quilts to seriously ill children whose families are staying at the Ronald McDonald House near Greenville Memorial Hospital.  
  • Steps to Hope.  The club also provides financial support and resources for Steps to Hope, an agency in Columbus, NC which serves and shelters abused women and their families from throughout the area.  
  • National Quilting Day.  This annual focus on quilting takes place the third Saturday in March at the Landrum Library.  
  • Landrum community.  Members enjoy working with staff  and students at O. P. Earle Elementary School and Landrum Middle School on quilting-related projects and exhibits.  The club also promotes quilting through the Landrum Library and the Landrum Area Business Association.
  • Hospice of the Carolina Foothills.  The Hospice House in Landrum regularly receives lap quilts and neck pillows made by LQ members.  Club members have also made several gurney quilts  
  • The Hope Center for Children in Spartanburg.  LQ members make and donate tote bags for children served by the center.

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The Landrum Quilters meet monthly 
at the Gowensville Community Center.
January 8
Business meeting and program
9:30 am, Gowensville Community Center
Executive Committee meeting follows
LQ donated the first block for which is now the  Foothills Quilt Trail  in Landrum.  LQ members also  are assisting the city of Landrum with this project.  To date, 28 blocks are hanging in the city plus one at the Gowensville Community Center, a gift from the Landrum Quilters.  The first block hangs above the gym at Landrum Middle School.

See the quilt blocks painted in September 2013 by O. P. Earle Elementary School students with LQ volunteers.
 The 2015 calendar of monthly programs for the Landrum Quilters is in the planning stages. 
Judith Heyward wowed us with her amazing quilt creations at the September meeting of the Landrum Quilters.

Christine Marriotti worked with LQ members and guests at a silkscarf dyeing workshop on Oct. 27.