Facebook Group

Finding the Guild on Social Media

The Guild hashtag for us on Instagram, Twitter or other platforms is #sfqg. The Guild does not currently have an official account on these services.

We have an official Group on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/groups/755666857849480/. Members can click on that link or find the Group when already logged into Facebook by searching for “San Francisco Quilters Guild”. (If you see multiple options you want to click on the one labelled as a “closed group”.)

Active Members can join the Group at any time by simply clicking “Join Group”. There is an approval period during which membership status is verified. Once this has been done you will receive an alert and will then be able to post to the Group and read the posts of other Members.

The Group has been created to help members share progress on sewing projects and support each other between meetings. As a user of the Group you are responsible for all activities and content you post/upload and for adhering to all applicable local and national laws.
You are encouraged to post content that is related to quilting, sewing, designing with fabric and textile arts. A common sense approach will be taken by the Admins when reviewing content and anything that is deemed unsuitable will be removed. The person who posted this content will be contacted to explain why this happened. To help avoid this situation here are some examples of content you can and can not post:

This is your Guild. Help us make it strong, vibrant and enjoyable for all members. If you see content that violates this guidance, please report it for review.

For completeness, here are some additional guidelines.

A post is not allowed if it:

Members who post non-relevant content or content that falls within the four bullet points above will have this content removed. Members who have multiple posts removed will be reported to the Board who will then decide whether they should be removed from the Group.

SFQG is not responsible for the content of any user-created posting, listing or message. The decision to view content or engage with others is yours. We advise you to use your judgment.