Join us for our annual Mystery Quilt fun

This year you don't have to be a member to participate but you might just get hooked and want to become a member so you won't miss any of our sewing adventures ...  We would love to have you! See the bottom of this page for membership details.

It's February 13 at last! Below are the hourly video instructions for making  your 2021 ASG Mystery Quilt!  Don't worry if you're late or want to make it another day - we'll leave the videos up.

Ready, set, sew! Your new quilt is just a click away ...

Find the written step instructions in the files below.

If you can't wait - a picture of the finished quilt can be found in  Step 5 pdf. 

Thank you for joining us!

Step 1
Adobe Acrobat Document 292.7 KB
Step 4
Adobe Acrobat Document 282.5 KB
Step 2
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Final Step & Finished Quilt Picture
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Step 3
Adobe Acrobat Document 292.6 KB

Special thanks to our president, Jenny Draper for bringing this quilt to us and teaching us how to make it! And kudos go out to Marilyn Morgan for her video expertise. Virtual hugs to you both!!!


And, take a look at past mystery quilts our members have made.  Last year we took 90 charm squares and cut, rearranged and pieced them together to create this pretty quilt top. Click here to see the fun and quilts from other years! 

Check out the 2020 Sewing Retreat we enjoyed last fall and watch for details for our first spring retreat coming soon!

      We're in this together!

Our members have made hundreds of face masks for donation to first responders,  hospitals, nursing homes, health care workers, neighbors, family and friends and we are continuing to do more. Pictured at left are just a few samples made from JoAnn Fabric's pattern, but there are many other patterns being used. Check online to find the one or ones that suit your fancy and sew up a few or many.  It is our way of saying thank you to those who are putting themselves in harms way to keep us safe.  We will get through this difficult time together by helping one another.

We had a super fun virtual, stash-busting event!

 We may not be able to meet in person, but we came up with a way to hold a virtual sewing event that ensured we keep our sewing mojo energized! All Fort Wayne Chapter members were 'challenged' to create something new that is made ENTIRELY from things in their stash. Everyone who made a project from April 23-May 31 and sent a picture by May 31 is entered in a drawing for a Cabin Fever Challenge prize at our Annual Meeting this fall.

Here are the entries we received! Do we have fabulous stashes or what?!


Our chapter members have big hearts! Check out the charity sewing we have been doing. Click here to go to our new Community Service page. And be sure to scroll down on that page to see some of the more than 200 Angel Gowns a group of our members made and donated to area hospitals last fall. One of the Angel Gowns is pictured at left. Find out how you can help.

Do you love to sew? We do, too!

Join us as we explore all things sewing - garment making, home dec, quilting, serger, felting, sewing tips and tricks, community service projects and more. You will find fellowship, inspiration, discounts, free online videos and just plan fun with others who share the same passion for sewing.


The American Sewing Guild welcomes sewers of all skill levels, ages, and interests. We offer a place for sewers to learn new skills, share interests, and contribute through community service. Membership offers the opportunity to nurture your love of sewing in a supportive and caring community of others who share your love of all things sewing. 


Please take a stroll through our website to find out more about us. Then open the door to a new world of sewing friends, learning and just plan fun with people just like you. Simply fill out our contact page and press send. We will look forward to getting back with you!

Visit our national website for more benefits and how to join by going to