September 2012

  • Happy Home by Jennifer Paganelli

    This year Jennifer Paganelli second book was published, called Happy Home.  It is a beautiful compendium of crafts, all made in her wonderful bright fabrics – a real feast for the eye.  A few quilts and smaller projects, like the lovely hexy cushion. The book is made up of 4 main chapters called Decorate, Accessorise,…

  • We have a winner!!!

    Thanks to everyone who entered our Kitchy Kitchen giveaway, generously sponsored by the lovely Rachel from Ray Stitch. Mr Random Number Generator has done his stuff and the Lucky Winner is Little Red Monkey. Congratulations! We have sent you an email, can’t wait to see what you make with this lovely bundle of fabric.

  • last chance to enter

    If you haven’t already entered the Ray Stitch Kitschy Kitchen giveaway head over here, you have until tomorrow at 8pm (UK time). Good luck!

  • The London Modern Quilt Guild meets Tula Pink

    By Gertie Pye of Quilting for England In August, LMQG was delighted to have the opportunity to enjoy an evening with Superdesigner Tula Pink, who was visiting the UK on a whistlestop tour – first to the Festival of Quilts in Birmingham, and then on to Liberty’s, who now carry her latest fabric lines. Tula…

  • Kitschy Kitchen – giveaway

    The wonderful people at Ray Stitch are giving away this gorgeous bundle of Kitschy Kitchen fabric. Ray Stitch is a fabulous one-stop sewing shop offering a very special collection of designer and organic fabrics for dressmaking, quilting, soft furnishings and craft. There is both an on-line shop and a wonderful bricks and mortar shop…

  • Can’t Grow a Mo’ Sew a Mo’

    Hi I’m Danielle Coolbear Jenkins from D J Coolbear,   I’m here to guest post about I project that I have started – Can’t Grow a Mo’ Sew a Mo’.  I am collecting moustache blocks to make into at least 1 quilt to be raffled off at the end of November to raise funds to…

  • August Makes

    Just some of the fabulous items our members have been working on throughout August. Take a look at our Flickr group to see who made what and some more great makes. Thanks to Amelie who put together the mosaic.