So, what exactly is The Quilters’ Guild, and what can it do for me?
The Traditional Quilt Group is one of five Specialist Groups within Quilters’ Guild and is now over 14 years old. We have more than 340 members who share our passion for traditional blocks and techniques while embracing modern life.
If you’ve been following along with our newsletter for a while, you’ll know this year is our 40th Birthday and we have decided to give away a birthday present to one of our newsletter readers each quarter.
At The Festival of Quilts this year we have so many exciting Birthday celebrations for you to enjoy!
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.
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.