The Hawaii Quilt Guild (HQG), also known as Na Po`e Humukuiki O Hawai`i, was founded in 1984, with the purpose of preserving the traditions, culture and history of quilting, and promoting the knowledge and understanding of the art of quilting through
continuing education services for members and with public education activities. Since that time, the Guild has grown to exceed 120 members, not only on Oahu, but also throughout the neighbor islands, U.S. mainland, and foreign countries.
Our member profile is as diverse as the traditions of quilting itself. Members range from beginners to accomplished artists with works shown in juried shows across the country, to those with a love for the traditions of quilting. Our members range in age from middle-schoolers to great grandmothers. Hawaii’s cultural and ethnic diversity is displayed in the faces and hearts of Guild members. This diversity adds to the unique mix of learning experiences that HQG offers to all who join and participate in Guild activities.