The Delectable Mountains Quilt Guild (DMQG) is a volunteer club of quilters who create a variety of styles from traditional to art, teach new quilters and new techniques, contribute to the community and enjoy the friendship of other quilters.

A West Virginia University Community Educational Outreach Services (CEOS) Group
 and member of American Quilters Socity. Berkeley Springs, West Virginia 
   Annually  DMQG stages a quilt show at the Ice House in Berkeley Springs that includes a Yard Square Quilt benefit auction for a local charity. We participate in the county's Apple Butter Festival and EXPO. We also have members involved with Quilts of Valor.
    This collection of pictures that graphically tells the story of our many activities, introduces some of our members and celebrates where we live.
    Included is an introduction to our Yard Square Quilts.
See also 2020 Quilt Photos

meetings are in question due to the pandemic

1st Monday of month
6:00 PM
1st & 3rd Wednesdays of month
11: AM

All meetings held at
American Legion
527 Washington St. (Rt 5 22)
Berkeley Springs WV

 The concurrent Yard Square Quilts Walking Tour of the Town – a display of more than fifty 36” quilts hanging in local businesses – runs for six weeks. 

September 6th
State Park 
Berkeley Springs WV
Morgan County 
Arts Council.
To see a Gallery Review of all Quilts for sale
last year go to

for information - DMQG.info
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July 30 to September 19
Ice House, Berkeley Springs WV
Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Monday
11:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Our 2020 Quilt show is over - 2021 coming!

     If you wonder why, or maybe why, garden is a theme for a quilt show think metaphorally.  Think of quilts being the visual representative o,f being maybe, Garden of our Dreams or Garden of our Lives.
    Expanding this thought please think of Quilting as Planting Hope, Nurturing Life and Growing the Future. "After all a modern quilt, in every one of its three layers, serves many different purposes. It can preserve memories, comfort the healing, tell stories and can, for radicals,  challenge ideas."says curator, Abby Chapple. In addition to being beautiful or spectcular, tradtitional or contemporary, made up of  little boxes or abstract shapes they can cover the entire spectrum of every minute of our birth to death existence.

    The Ice House is the perfect venue for this show at this time just as it was last year. The venue is a renovated vintage storage building and it is huge. This means there is plenty of room for the display of quilts and wide aisles  many hallway for visitors to keep 6-feet apart. And of course masks are required and most likely will be in July. 

          More detail will be forthcoming soon......