The British Quilt Study Group is the eldest of the specialist groups of The Quilters’ Guild of the British Isles. Formed in 1998, BQSG has celebrated its twentieth year this year and celebration is not an exaggeration.
We all like to think that we’ll be with our family and friends at Christmas. Some of us, through no fault of our own are simply not that lucky. In 2013, poet Lemn Sissay MBE, founded The Christmas Dinner, specifically to be held for young people leaving the Care System.
Bernina’s modern quilting expert, Nicholas Ball, shows you how to create a beautiful modern style quilt for a baby.
My name is Hilary Jackson, and I am the coordinator for Region 10 (The East Midlands) covering Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland.
Hi, my name is Angela Seabrook and I have been the Bursary & Awards Officer for the Guild for the last two and a bit years.
Hi. I am Sheena and am half way through my term of office as Festival of Quilts Officer for The Guild.
For those of you attending the Festival of Quilts at the NEC this month, we’d like to invite you to have your say by voting for your favourite quilt.
Did you know we have over 400 Young Quilter members and 13 affiliated school groups in the UK? Find out more about Festival of Quilts through the eyes of our youngest members.
The Quilters’ Guild is delighted to be supporting PROCESSIONS, a mass participation artwork to mark the centenary of the Representation of the People Act, which gave the first British women the right to vote.
Have you ever come across an old quilt and wondered – where did it come from? Who made it? How? Why? How old are these fabrics?