In 2005, Popular Patchwork asked Janice Gunner, the then new president of The Quilters' Guild about her plans. In 2008, Janice has just left this role. Her hard work helped lead to the opening of new Quilt Museum and Gallery in York this year.
All the way from the USA, Bonnie McCaffery shows off her amazing work.
Susan Briscoe may live in North Wales, but as far as quiltmaking is concerned, her heart is firmly in Japan.
Popular Patchwork meets Stephanie Pettengell, award winning quilter and teacher.
A quiltmaker and painter, but definitely not a knitter, shares her thoughts.
Alicia Merrett meets Alison Schwabe, the Australian quilt artist, traveller and teacher
Sheila Harris describes the sorrow and hope behind her textiles
Inger Milburn gives quilters her favourite piece of advice
A glimpse into the world of Dorothy Stapleton and her Button-Eyed friends
Maggie Barber shares her quilts, old and new, with Marion Haslam
On a mission to cover Sussex with quilted hot water bottle covers . . .
Mandy Munroe lives in Ashford, Kent. Her childhood was blessed with a grandmother who provided endless materials and know-how for knitting, macrame, sticking and stitching
Popular Patchwork has a chat with the kind-hearted and generous quilter, (or sewer!) Irene Heathcote.
Barbara Howell talks about how she started quilting and the journey it has taken her on.
Barbara Weeks is responsible for for her very own European fabric mountain.
We're off to Bindoon in Western Australia, where Diana Vincent draws inspiration from many sources and encourages exploration of your creative resources.
Meet a reader: Drene Rudy relocated to South Africa 18 years ago but her two children both live and work in London and regularly send her copies of Popular Patchwork.
Meet Angela, the lovely art quilter and active PP forum member, as she tells us about her work in our conversation piece series.
PP Forum member Rosemary gives us a glimpse of her quilting life.
Jill shares her quilting story with other PP members.
Meet Sandra, a well travelled quilter, currently in "material heaven" in India, and have a look at some of her great quilts.
Popular Patchwork meets Mary Jenkins, co-author of Making Welsh Quilts
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