Often when people volunteer, they are aiming to help others and give back to the community without looking for any material or financial gain while doing so.
We are thrilled to have recently acquired the contemporary wholecloth quilt ‘Slip 1, Knit 1’, made by Sandie Lush for The Quilters’ Guild of the British Isles’ 7th National juried exhibition in 1999, which was held at Lord’s Cricket Ground.
Get Creative Festival shines a light on all the great cultural activity that takes place on a regular basis in local communities and encourages people to try their hand at something new and creative.
The Modern Quilt Group is one of five Specialist Groups within Quilters’ Guild.
At first glance, wholecloth quilts may not seem to provide much in the way of resources for research – two pieces of fabric stitched together with a filling between.
The simplest definition of a wholecloth quilt is a quilt made of a single piece of fabric and quilted, making the quilting itself the design.
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 triangle is one of the most ubiquitous forms in patchwork.
‘Hey Mum (a Quilters’ Guild member), guess what? I’m going to work for The Quilters’ Guild’. ‘Finally’ – she rejoiced – ‘my daughter has seen the quilting light’!
Quilt maker and designer Sandie Lush gives you the low down on how to get started in wholecloth!