African American Quilt and Doll Guild
"Threads Intertwined Hold and Bind"  

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President's Message

from Felecia Tinker

The African American Quilt and Doll Guild welcomes you to an exciting world of quilting and doll making. Together we are inspired by our African American history and culture to create beautiful quilts and dolls. We enjoy using needle and thread in the telling of our stories. These art forms involve fabrics of many colors, computer images, paints and everything in between. 


Fabric has a way of telling you what it wants to become. Quilting and doll making sparks the imagination and transports you to a world of endless possibilities.


Join us and explore your creativity while making beautiful art.


“Sewn together scrap   Bits and pieces. Tells us life stories.”  Bell Hook

The Voice of Today’s Quilts

by the African-American Quilt and Doll Guild

In celebration of Juneteenth—a day to celebrate the freedom to pursue your dreams, hopes, and a better life. The quilts on display showcase the results of this privilege of freedom in the United States of America.


7 pm Tuesday, June 19

Meet the Quilt Artists and enjoy a Juneteenth

Storytelling by Donna Willingham.

The quilt exhibit will be on display on the Shaker Hts. Main Library Art Wall through July 31, 2018.

''Inspirations, Visions and

Traditions In Fiber Arts''

Our book is available on Amazon.com. Purchase today. 

Dee Perry

The Great Story Team

As usual the great story team, the Storytellers and the Quilters did themselves proud at the 11th Annual Sisterhood Luncheon given by the Cleveland Association of Black Storytellers…The honored guest was Dee Perry, a well-known personality of our local PBS television station.