Reader Val Maple from the Isle of Wight, takes us on an Alaskan Journey.
Katie Hudson explores Mediterranean Art Quilts at Expo VIII, Barcelona 2002. Photographs by Katie Hudson.
Katy Purvis investigates the North-West cotton heritage at Gallery Oldham, Greater Manchester
When the organisers of the eighth Carrefour Européen du Patchwork approached textile artist Nita Thakore and told her they wished to invite India to be a guest country, she was thrilled. Elisabeth Fuchs explains.
Elisabeth Fuchs reviewed an exhibition of South African fibre art in Vincennes, France, February 2002.
Discover the fascinating cloth of West African chiefs with Magie Relph.
Susan Briscoe recalls how the thread of an idea was woven into the UK's first major exhibition of Japanese sashiko.
The luxury fabric of choice of many quilters, silk has a long and interesting history. Anita Peach visited the former home, now a museum, of a legend of the Thai silk industry, Jim Thompson.
Katy Purvis visits the Banners Exhibition at The National Coal Mining Museum, Yorkshire.
What kind of relationship do you have with your sewing machine? Is it a good friend and companion or simply pieces of metal, plastic and electronics cobbled together into a useful tool?
Cambodia's countryside is abundant with hidden silk farms and small silk-weaving factories. Anita Peach follows the path of some beautiful Asian silk from the silkworm to a sheer garment for sale at the Artisans D'Angkor in Siem Reap, Cambodia
Text by Brenda Dean, photographs by Peter Dean, copyright www.quiltersinternational.co.uk. Reproduced with kind permission.
Ever wondered what it is like to bid for an antique quilt? Caroline Wilkinson tells of her day at the auction house
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