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.
How do you like the sound of three full days of quilting-focused time away from pesky obligations?
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.
Get to know The Guild better 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.
Bernina’s modern quilting expert, Nicholas Ball, shows you how to create a beautiful modern style quilt for a baby.
As we enter our 40th anniversary year, we’d like to reminisce about some of the early items which found their way into The Quilters’ Guild Collection.
My name is Hilary Jackson, and I am the coordinator for Region 10 (The East Midlands) covering Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland.
We talk to author Kassia St Clair about the inspiration for her new book, The Golden Thread: How Fabric Changed History, and offer readers the chance to win one of five copies!
Some of the many benefits of being a member of The Guild are the various bursaries and awards that are available. Guild member Sara Cook was the recipient of the Teacher’s Travel and Education Bursary in January of this year.
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.