What we do

Formed in 1975 TAGOR is dedicated to advancing and encouraging all facets of textile arts including:

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      Brenda Battye upcycled this cutest bear from an old camel hair coat. Pattern from the Woman’s Day Book of Soft Toys and Dolls by Joan Russell.

      Quilting – traditional, modern and art quilts

    • Knitting
    • Embroidery & other Needlework
    • Fabric Embellishing
    • Garment Making and Wearable Art
    • Appliqué
    • Doll & Stuffed Critter Making
    • Completing unfinished projects
    • Banner Bags


Check our Calendar for more information.

Community Outreach

In our Fabric Arts Studio members share time, skills, ideas and fun while working on projects to be donated to the community.  Check out where our donated work goes Community Involvement.

Open Studio or UFO (Unfinished Fabric Objects)

(Unfinished Fabric Objects) Members bring their creative energy to work on personal projects.


Monthly meetings have either ‘Show and Tell‘ – an informal way of learning from each other or Speakers that inspire us with their creative work.  Workshops offer formal learning opportunities. Events details

Get in on all our activities by becoming a member —
here’s how!

We receive donations of fabrics from quilters as well as relatives and friends of quilters and sewers who have health issues and can no longer sew.  Some donations come from people who are moving and don’t want to pack it with them.  We use donations of big pieces of fabric, small scraps and partially completed projects.  All these are put to good use and the recipients are very grateful. (Where donations go)