Did you know that being a member of The Quilters’ Guild can give you access to funds to further your passion?
As we head into November, the month of Remembrance, let’s take a moment to focus on a piece from our collection which comments on the effects of the First and Second World Wars on rural life.
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.
A series of three articles by our own curator, Heather Audin, will be running in upcoming issues of Today’s Quilter.
An unusual theme, but one that popped into our curator’s head whilst coming up with new ideas for how to share The Collection. She has found five quilts that feature fish, so, here we go!
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.
To celebrate the online staging of Festival of Quilts 2020, Vlieseline have created a quilt-along project to engage quilters and crafters during lockdown in the weeks leading up to FOQ.
Join us as we explore the wonderful world of British quilting heritage through our exclusive series of patterns inspired by The Quilters’ Guild Museum Collection.