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  • Finishing Techniques including Piping and Binding

    Join award-winning quilter Philippa Naylor and learn techniques to get the best possible finish to the… (read more)

  • Techniques & Inspiration - Area Day

    Our next Area day will be held at Branston Booths Village Hall, approximately 7 miles south east of… (read more)

  • Exploring Disappearing Techniques with Brenda

    Enjoy a friendly day sewcialising with Brenda. Learn a new technique. Please bring your sewing machine,… (read more)

  • Suzan Wild

    I live in Poole, Dorset. I have been quilting for over 20 years and been a member of the Guild for quite… (read more)

  • Delyse Upton

    My special interests: Japanese aesthetics, pictorial art and contemporary quilts, embroidery, mixed-media,… (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)

  • 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)

  • Margaret Fitchett

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

  • Alicia Merrett

    I am a contemporary art quilter, working mainly with the techniques of freehand-cutting and piecing,… (read more)

  • Pauline Mills

    I have been interested in sewing since childhood making clothes for myself and family over the last… (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)

  • Gwyneth Rose

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

  • Heather Hasthorpe

    I have sewn since I was very young. At school I had to drop it and study more academic subjects so at… (read more)

  • Terry Donaldson

    I am a quilter and teacher based in Fleet, Hampshire. My contemporary quilted wall hangings and smaller… (read more)

  • Carolyn Gibbs

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

  • Katrina Parris

    I have a Fine Art background and studied Textiles and Embroidery at Goldsmiths College in the 1970s.… (read more)

  • Elisabeth Binns

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

  • Sandra Page

    I am a retired Art and Textiles teacher and always enjoy learning new techniques and seeing other peoples… (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)

  • Linda Lane Thornton

    We are now living on Coromandel in Angra do Heroismo in the Azores, where I have been using plants collected… (read more)

  • Lesley Brankin

    Hi and welcome to my page. I am a freelance needlecraft designer and textile artist lucky enough to… (read more)

  • Sandy Snowden

    Love to do thinking outside the box work, using a wide variety of techniques that will suit the current… (read more)

  • Angie Green

    Currently I live in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. I have lived here for 3 years and will return to… (read more)

  • Gilli Theokritoff

    I am Gilli Theokritoff, a quilt artist, endlessly fascinated by fabric and pattern and all the possibilities… (read more)

  • Margaret Harris

    I live in the very North of Wiltshire, actually on the edge of 3 counties, Wiltshire, Oxfordshire and… (read more)

  • Christiane Shrimpton

    I like traditional as well as contemporary quilts. I am always interested in trying out new techniques… (read more)

  • Helen Howes

    I have been sewing since I was two years old.. I get fidgetty when I'm not doing that. In the last 15… (read more)

  • Deborah O'Hare

    I am a contemporary quilter textile artist with a love of many techniques; producing machine embroidered… (read more)

  • Jill Stillman

    One of my earliest memories is of playing trains under the table while my Mum used an old hand turned… (read more)

  • Alison Mayall

    I enjoy working with fabric- dyeing it, sewing it, appliqueing it and, not forgetting, quilting it!… (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)

  • Katharine Guerrier

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

  • Jo Stewart

    I live in Scotland and only started quilting serioulsy when living in Oman from 2010 -2013. Prior to… (read more)

  • Jennie Rayment

    Internationally acclaimed tutor, lecturer and author, Jennie is totally obsessed with twiddling, fiddling,… (read more)

  • Maureen Dilley

    I have been a member of The Quilters' Guild for many years. I have served on Regional committees, first… (read more)

  • Brenda Weavers

    I first found patchwork in 2009 when I went to buy some wool in my local patchwork shop. I then had… (read more)

  • Averil Clark

    I create a range of one off and limited edition textile items, such as bed quilts, wall hangings, cushions,… (read more)

  • Janice Gunner

    I have been a member of the guild since 1982 and was President from 2005 to 2008. I have been quilting… (read more)

  • Barbara Weeks

    I have taught City & Guilds Patchwork and Quilting for almost 25 years. I love the way our craft is… (read more)

  • Chantal Guillermet

    I live in the French Alps and I've been quilting for nearly 30 years now, starting with traditional… (read more)

  • Dianne Sheldon

    My interest in quilting and patchwork started in my late teens when my aunt took me to see a small exhibition… (read more)

  • Fiona Zachariasse

    I have been patching and quilting for very nearly thirty-five years - since I was 15 years old. Having… (read more)

  • Susie Corke

    My specialisms include Hand Quilting, Machine Quilting, Hand Piecing, Machine Piecing, Block Design… (read more)

  • Elizabeth Whitehouse

    I grew up in a sewing household and I have sewn all my life: dressmaking, curtains, basic embroidery… (read more)

  • Sylvia Milton

    My first love in stitching is Goldwork embroidery and Or Nue. In my work I like to take these traditional… (read more)

  • Margaret Ramsay

    Winner of Fine Art Quilt Masters 2017 (!) , I have been a member of the Quilters Guild of the British… (read more)

  • Elizabeth Ingle

    I began quilting eight years ago. Some years earlier I bought an Amish pot holder at the American Quilt… (read more)

  • Lucy Brennan

    I am a designer, quilter and blogger at 'Charm About You'. I also teach quilting classes and am a regular… (read more)

  • Denise Gould

    I have been sewing for many years, but only recently discovered quilting. I took part in Kerry Green's… (read more)

  • Dawn Cameron-Dick

    I am a teacher, author and judge who began making Quilts in the early 1970‚Äôs. I have created a… (read more)

  • Sheena Stubbs

    Where to start in all honesty is the big question. I cannot remember a time when I didn't make "things".… (read more)

  • Jane Chapman

    I began my quilt journey at a week long course at Missenden Abbey about 6 years ago and have enjoyed… (read more)

  • Julie Green

    I have just joined the Quilters' Guild and I am looking forward to joining in with the Guild activities,… (read more)

  • Alison Thomas

    My Mum was a tailoress and made most of my clothes when I was young. As a child I was surrounded by… (read more)

  • Ami James

    My name is Ami and I'm a Quilter & Textile Artist and Area Representative for Region 10. I have a sewing… (read more)

  • Samantha Jones

    I take a thrifty approach to textiles and often work in collaboration with client‚Äôs own favourite… (read more)

  • Philippa Adams

    Hello everyone. My name is Philippa and I love quilting and textile arts. Back in 2009 my parents bought… (read more)

  • Claire Passmore

    I love to experiment with cloth, thread, dye, paint, ink, wax, screen prints, lino blocks, gelatine… (read more)

  • Marijke Van Welzen

    Marijke van Welzen , the Netherlands textile artist, teacher, makes wearable art with a story to tell.… (read more)

  • Christine Plowman

    I have been quilting for many years, mainly Contemporary and Art Quilts. I have just returned to the… (read more)

  • Sallieann Harrison

    I learnt to quilt whilst living in North Carolina USA in the early 2000 where I was mentored by the… (read more)

  • Lisa Harris

    Museum curator who enjoys driving steam traction engines, dressing in period costume, trying out new… (read more)

  • Urszula Chojnacka

    My interests are photography and painting as well as work with textiles, which encmpasses knitting,… (read more)

  • Carol Davies

    I love fabrics and textiles. I can spend hours and hours looking at fabrics etc., and am like many of… (read more)

  • Shirley Bloomfield

    Since a child I have loved stitching and trained as a teacher of textiles and design, teaching in High… (read more)

  • Helen Asquith

    I became chronically ill and my life changed forever. I subsequently had to give up my career and reignited… (read more)

  • Carol Bowden

    I have been quilting since the late 1980's. The first quilt I made was for my daughter, who was born… (read more)

  • Sandra Wiggins

    I have a particular interest in worldwide quilting methods and techniques and the use of recycled materials.… (read more)

  • Jennifer Pudney

    In a former life I taught chemistry but have been interested in textiles from an early age having been… (read more)

  • Brenda Mary Howell

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

  • Marilyn Beckett

    When I retired 2 years ago the first thing I did was to go on a course to learn the basics of quilting… (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)