Janette Bell finds fascination in quilts with a narrative.
We are pleased to announce that The Quilters’ Guild will be hosting its first ever Virtual Conference!
We are looking forward to celebrating the 2021 Festival of Quilts by showcasing our forthcoming exhibition ‘Quilts and their makers’, taking 10 historic quilts and 10 pieces from our contemporary works. Newsletter readers can take a sneak peek in advance, as over the coming months we explore the variety and skill of our makers both past and present, and celebrate their creativity in a selection of the quilts which will be on display.
Textile artist Gillian Cooper extols the virtues of keeping a sketchbook.
From times gone by to the modern day, quilting remains a pastime that still prides itself on paying homage to the history of the hobby through the traditional patterns and techniques passed on from generation to generation.
Chitra Balasubramaniam explains how ancient skills are being applied to modern designs.
We are delighted to share this article from Guild member Sarah Hibbert about her work, The Festival of Quilts, and her wonderful new Log Cabin design for The Guild’s Pattern Box collection.
British Quilt Study Group member Janet Rae takes you on a journey through the history of the Log Cabin design.