About Interfaith Quilters
Join Us and Make a Difference in Our Community

WHO & WHY: Interfaith Quilters are a group of about 100 volunteers from all faith and beliefs who are dedicated to making a difference in our community. All year long we make quilts that are sold at the annual Quilt Show and Sale (Printable flyer) and the proceeds are donated to The O.U.R. Center and Safe Shelter of St. Vrain Valley.

WHEN & WHERE: Interfaith Quilters meet every Monday (detailed schedule) from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the First Lutheran Church at 3rd and Terry St., Longmont, Colorado. The times are loose, come whenever and stay as long as you can. Bring your bag lunch.

HOW: Novice and expert quilters are welcome. Bring an idea and use our fabric and notions to make a quilt for our sale or join one of the works-in-progress and lend a hand. We welcome all skill levels and all types of quilters. If you need help getting started, we will teach you. There is no membership fee, just come and participate.

Our Mission Statement

Interfaith Quilters of Longmont Colorado Inc. is a group of volunteers who come together to produce quilts for sale to support local charities, to share the art and skill of all types of quilting, and to provide an opportunity for quilters of any ability to learn and practice new techniques.

Brief History

Interfaith Quilters was established in 1986 by a group of women representing area churches. Their intention was to have a one-time quilt sale to support the O.U.R. Center which was just getting started. The sale was very successful and it was so much fun that the group decided to continue. We look forward to each show with the as much enthusiasm as ever.