Appliqué is a sewing technique that allows you to create designs by adding layers of fabric. This is the process of cutting pieces from a second fabric – or a selection of fabrics – then positioning and securing them to the main piece to form a larger pattern or design.
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.