Hometown Alaska: Meet the Log Cabin Quilters and find out what they do with all the quilts they create

This quilt will be raffled off at the Anchorage Log Cabin Quilters Guild 2-day Great Alaska Quilt Show September 17-18 at First United Methodist Church, 725 W 9th Avenue.
Pattern: “New Moon Kit” by Jinny Beyer donated by Marilyn Barnett
Pieced by: Beverly Glenn
Quilted and Bound by: Katy Neher Photo courtesy of the ALCQ.

With winter coming on, maybe you need a cozy, creative activity you can do with friends that adds up to something beautiful?

Poster for this year’s Great Alaska Quilt Show, their first after a 2-year absence. Photo courtesy of ALCQ.

Today’s Hometown Alaska introduces the Anchorage Log Cabin Quilters Guild. Their unjuried annual Great Alaska Quilt Show is Sept. 17-18. With something like 100 quilts on display, and another 50 small quilts up for auction, you can get a good idea of what this group does. The annual fundraising event is free to attend and has moved from the old Conoco Phillips building to a new location, First United Methodist Church at 725 W 9th Avenue. Parking is also free.

Today’s program was prerecorded for scheduling reasons so we won’t be taking your calls. Join us to meet quilters and find out why this craft and art became their passion.


  • Peggy Brewer, current president of the ALCQ
  • Pat Sims, charter member of the ALCQ, started in 1979
  • Lynne Seitz, Comfort Quilts program coordinator for ALCQ
  • Sheila Toomey, publicity, ALCQ



  • Today’s podcast was prerecorded so we won’t be taking calls during the program.
  • Send e-mail to hometown@alaskapublic.org before, during or after the broadcast.
  • Post your comment or question below.
  • FIRST AIR: Monday, September 12, 2022 at 10 a.m.
  • RE-AIR: Monday, September 12, 2022 at 8 p.m.
  • PODCAST: Available on this page after the program.

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