Join Us for BINGO Night 2024

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Quilting On The Line Quilt Guild holds its largest fundraiser, QUILT BINGO, every other year. Proceeds from BINGO help finance the activities of the guild, such as educational speakers and programs, as well as various community projects including quilts and monetary donations to local charitable organizations.

Friday November 1, 2024
Doors open 5:45 pm, games start 7:00 pm


The Jarrettsville Gardens
(At the Jarrettsville Firehouse)
3825 Federal Hill Rd.
Jarrettsville, MD 21084


Winners receive an original, one-of-a-kind bed quilt or lap quilt handmade by guild members.

Other prizes include runner-up prizes, raffle baskets, and more.


$25.00 in advance, $30.00 at the door if available.  For tickets, contact Mary Thomas at 410-598-3914.

20 Bingo Games included in ticket price and 3 optional special games available for an additional cost. There will also be small raffle quilts and themed Raffle Baskets.

Food and Beverages:

Food and beverages are available for sale by the Jarrettsville Ladies Auxiliary. (No food or drink may be carried in.  Please be understanding of this policy, as this is a fundraiser for the Ladies Auxiliary which supports the volunteer fire department.)

To Purchase Tickets or for Additional Information, Contact:

Bingo Chairpersons: Susan Kern at 410-688-0586 or Darlene Vocke at 410-937-5366
Ticket Sales: Mary Thomas at 410-598-3914

Raffle Quilt

The winning ticket for our beautiful raffle quilt “I Believe There Are Angels Among Us” will be drawn on the night of the QOL Quilt Bingo 11/1/2024 .  This exquisite work of art is approximately 50″ x 56″ and was pieced, quilted and donated by QOL member, Peg Dougherty.

Tickets are $1 each or 6 for $5.

2022 Bingo Quilt – First Prize Quilt
Made by Penny Swoyer

2022 Bingo Quilt Prize
“Log Cabin Streak of Lightening”

2022 Bingo Quilt Prize
“Snail Trail #19”, by Stephanie Worek

2022 Bingo Quilt Prize
Second Prize Quilt, By Susan Stiles, Harford County Farm Fair

2022 Bingo Quilt Prize
Second Prize Quilt at the Maryland State Fair, by Terry Ruby and Jean Merrill