Following the success of last year’s nationwide ‘Get Creative’ festival which hosted over 1,400 events, we would like to encourage all local quilting groups to consider hosting their own event in this year’s festival.
‘Flags of Thanks’ is a national collaborative art project led by Alabaré, as part of the 2019 Armed Forces Day celebrations hosted by Salisbury.
Get to know The Guild better by meeting our talented members! We have interesting and inspiring members all over the country doing amazing sewing and we want you to be able to share their work.
The Collection piece we have chosen to share with you to represent the second decade of The Guild this issue, is the Billings Coverlet.
My name is Karen Pearce and I am the person who organises the children’s workshops at The Festival of Quilts.
Learn more about the Miniature Group, one of The Guild’s five Specialist Groups with the group’s co-ordinator, Arlene McLeish.
This year’s show is all set to be bigger than ever, at least in my humble opinion because we have 400 workshops this year as well as trunk shows daily by Jenny Doan of Missouri Quilts.
During our birthday year, the President’s Appeal seeks to reach the goal of raising £20,000 to develop a a range of educational opportunities that can be accessed by quilters, and would be quilters, everywhere.
We’re so thrilled to announce that our Block of the Month project is inspired by, drum roll please …
At the Festival of Quilts in 2019, the most common question fielded at Contemporary Quilt’s stand was, ‘What is contemporary quilting?’.