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  • Online talks and workshop providers

    The list is now live During lockdown our usual round of Guild events and those with our local sewing… (read more)

  • International Quilt Study Centre Talks & Podcasts

    In common with many other American universities, the University of Nebraska, including the International… (read more)

  • Mary McIntosh

    I am a full-time textile artist and tutor living on the Essex/Suffolk border. I teach Creative textile… (read more)

  • Brenda Thomas

    I retired in 2010, bought a sewing machine in 2011 and began making quilts in 2012. I particularly like… (read more)

  • Helen Walland

    I've been quilting for about 10 years and am beginning to feel a little confident about it. I love dyeing,… (read more)

  • Lis Binns

    I have been an area rep and the website editor for Region 13. I teach regular classes at Inspirations… (read more)

  • Liza Jones

    Please note that my email address has change to I am available as a speaker, at the… (read more)

  • Moira Neal

    Hello! I am a free machine artist and I love to upcycle old cotton sheets to use in my work. I enjoy… (read more)

  • Joanna O'Neill

    Having knitted, painted and stitched my way through early life, I studied for the City & Guilds Creative… (read more)

  • Joan Fisher

    Hi, I first became interested in textiles in Kuwait where I lived for 12 years. I was invited to a textile… (read more)

  • Lynne Pretty

    My work is influenced by my travels, history and architecture. Work has been shown in several exhibitions… (read more)

  • Kate Findlay

    Textile artist, teacher, and general creative person with an interest in techie stuff too. I have become… (read more)

  • Andrea Lechner

    I have been running Patchworthy Quilts for the past six years, taking commissions for hand-made quilts… (read more)

  • Pascale Michalski

    Based on short and marvelous stories of farms and sunsets, slow roasties and the confection of the honey… (read more)

  • Abigail Sheridan De Graaff

    I started my journey into Patchwork and Quilting in New Zealand in 2010. Fast forward a few years and… (read more)

  • Katja May

    I'm an avid quilter and a researcher and lecturer at Goldsmiths, University of London. My research is… (read more)

  • Anne Middleton

    Whoever would have thought that I would 'get' the joy of being a magpie for fabric and enjoy cutting… (read more)

  • Allison James

    After completing my City and Guilds Diploma in Embroidery, I began to become increasingly interested… (read more)

  • Isobel Loftus

    Although I have worked with and studied textiles over many years, my practice in quilt making is more… (read more)

  • Amanda Jane Ogden

    Amanda Jane Ogden is a quilt-maker, designer, writer and teacher. She owns a textiles design business… (read more)

  • Catherine Lawes

    I am a Quilter and Textile Artist. I was born and brought up in New Zealand but have lived in the UK… (read more)

  • Susie Corke

    I have taught Patchwork and Quilting for many years and I am PGCE qualified in teaching Textiles Technology… (read more)

  • Hazel Williams

    I've been a quilter for 20 years and have a City and Guilds Diploma in Patchwork and Quilting. I love… (read more)

  • Irene MacWilliam

    I have been involved with textiles since I was five and three quarters. Since 1985 I have been a member… (read more)

  • Pauline Mulford

    I enjoy hand quilting even though sometimes it seems to take forever. I can sit and watch t.v or be… (read more)

  • Judith Barker

    I make and exhibit contemporary quilts and smaller pieces based on folk art; I've won awards in several… (read more)

  • Greta Fitchett

    My textile work is contemporary in style, and is influenced by places that I visit. I work with a domestic… (read more)

  • Penny Armitage

    I learned to quilt while living in Kuwait but now live on the edge of Exmoor in North Devon, in region4.… (read more)

  • Carolyn Gibbs

    I make traditional quilts,usually in modern ways using quick-piecing techniques. Working out beforehand… (read more)

  • Gwyneth Rose

    I have been a Patchworker since 1976. In the 1990's I taught City & Guilds Patchwork & Quilting and… (read more)

  • Vivien Finch

    I finished a two year term as President of The Quilters' Guild at the end of April 2016, succeeded by… (read more)

  • Louise Jessup

    I have had a long journey in Mental Health but am now in Recovery and Public Speak about "A journey… (read more)

  • Catherine Corbishley

    Cathy began her interest in Cyanotype printing (Blueprint) on Fabric after seeing work by the quilter… (read more)

  • Anne Riches

    Having taught City and Guilds patchwork and quilting, and teaching in France where we lived for 11 years,… (read more)

  • Joan Weston

    I have been an artist all my life and recently retired as the Head of Art at Dover Grammar School for… (read more)

  • Elizabeth Brooke Ward

    I live near Stroud,Gloucestershire. I have city and guilds qualifications in patchwork and quilting… (read more)

  • Marion McCrindle

    I have been a member of QGBI for over ten years and am very grateful to those who introduced me. I was… (read more)

  • Pippa Moss

    I live In Woodbridge, Suffolk and have been a quilter since I was a teenager. I am a member of Region… (read more)

  • Claire Passmore

    I offer online and in person classes and talks. I am currently converting some of my classes to live… (read more)

  • Janet Bevan

    My recent work has featured World War 1 with a series of studies on this theme using a variety of techniques.… (read more)

  • Christabel Gilbert

    I began quilting in the 1970's and was the founder member of Gwent Quilters. I gave talks and taught… (read more)

  • Sarah Humphreys

    I am an experienced quilter – having made quilts for nearly 30 years. I was taught to sew by my mother… (read more)

  • Katharine Guerrier

    My main area of interest in Patchwork is geometric pattern and colour. Preferred techniques piecing.… (read more)

  • Jacquie Harvey

    Having sewn for most of my life, I have been quilting now for almost 25 years and have had enormous… (read more)

  • J. Wagner

    I have been sewing and patching since the 50s. My favourite thing is recycling and working with plastics… (read more)

  • Patricia Archibald

    Quiltmaking and teaching are passions of mine. My love of fabric started at an early age and having… (read more)

  • Norma Hale

    I worked in tailoring and couture most of my working life, love fabric textures and colour. I started… (read more)

  • Brenda Wroe

    I am a contemporary textile artist with residential ties to the UK, France and Spain. My artistic work… (read more)

  • Shona Kelly

    I adore english paper piecing and crazy quilting as I find the rhythm of handwork to be a great stress… (read more)

  • Brenda Mary Howell

    I explore a variety of textile techniques, am experienced teaching children and adults of various abilities,… (read more)

  • Julie Edwards

    Member of the guild since 2005 and was on Region 14 committee from 2009 firstly as newsletter editor,… (read more)

  • Gill Turley

    I teach patchwork and quilting, I also lecture and write about these subjects. I live in the U.K. and… (read more)

  • Magie Relph

    I fell in love with African Textiles when I first landed in Africa in 1984. Since then I have travelled… (read more)

  • Judi Kirk

    I am an accredited quilt judge. I also give talks and teach workshops, in person and via Zoom. Please… (read more)

  • Pauline Macaulay

    I have been quiltmaking since the late 1970s and am interested in the social history of patchwork and… (read more)

  • Janet Bottomley

    I am a freelance patchwork and quilting teacher working in Barnsley, South Yorkshire. My background… (read more)

  • "Treasured Threads: Unpicking Gunnersbury's Quilts" Exhibition, Talks, Workshops.

    This free exhibition takes an in-depth look at one of Gunnersbury’s most remarkable items ; a highly… (read more)

  • Carole Pinnington

    I started quilting and patchwork classes in September 2013 having sewn since childhood. A group of us… (read more)