Upper Street Events talk to Californian quilter Sheila Frampton-Cooper about her work, inspirations and teaching.
Everyone has a slightly different perception of a crazy quilt but usually we think of such quilts as being very colourful, heavily embellished with applique, embroidery and other stitching all on top of a fabric base.
Join us as we explore elements of The Quilters’ Guild Museum Collection through themes selected by The Guild’s Curator, Heather Audin. Today’s theme is ‘What’s on the back?’.
The deadline for entries for The Vlieseline Fine Art Textiles Award 2020 has been extended until Monday 1st June.
We are delighted to announce the launch of The Virtual Competition 2020, a brand-new initiative to replace the standard competition Upper Street Events usually host at the Festival of Quilts.
What sounds better than three full days of quilting-focused time in beautiful and historic Stirling, Scotland?
Upper Street Events Supports our Young Quilter Fundraiser at the Knitting and Stitching Shows.
I’ve been the Curator of The Quilters’ Guild Museum Collection for 11 years now, and I can say that writing this feature is remarkably difficult. Here at Quilters’ Guild HQ two days are rarely the same!