Quilts and Cultural Values: Gender, Race and Social Class by Laurel Horton

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First published in the British Quilt Study Group journal ‘Quilt Studies’ vol 6, in 2004, we offer a rare opportunity to read this article by American quilter and quilt historian Laurel Horton, and gain an insight into the kinds of work pursued by BQSG. Continue reading

Meet a Member: Linda Lane Thornton

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Get to know The Guild by meeting our talented members! We have interesting and inspiring members all over the country and further afield, and we want you to be able to share their work.

Meet Guild and British Quilt Study Group member, Linda Lane Thornton. Continue reading

Meet a Member – Sabi Westoby

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Get to know The Guild 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.

Meet Sabi Westoby, a textile and mixed media artist who is also a member of Contemporary Quilt. Continue reading

‘Uncharted’: Challenged, Explored, Conquered!

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We invite Janine Pound, the organiser of Contemporary Quilt‘s ‘Uncharted’ Challenge, to introduce us to the challenge and what to expect from CQ’s 20th Anniversary exhibition at The Festival of Quilts. Continue reading

Interview with Annette Morgan, contemporary quilt artist

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Guild member, textile artist and quilter Annette Morgan shares with us her view of contemporary quilting and the founding of the Contemporary Quilt special interest group, which enjoys its 20th anniversary this year! Continue reading

‘Inspirations’ by Anne Gosling

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Guild member Anne Gosling shares some of her work from a recent miniature quilt exhibition, ‘Inspirations’, along with a selection of other pieces she has made as a member of the Miniature Quilt Special Interest Group. Continue reading