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Anne Ogden tells of a holiday with a difference
Gillian Cooper explores the world of Russian quilting from the comfort of the NEC at Birmingham at Festival of Quilts 2006 Subscribers Only
Join Jane Rae as she explores just some of the techniques used by the craftspeople in Thailand Subscribers Only
Text by Brenda Dean, photographs by Peter Dean, copyright www.quiltersinternational.co.uk. Reproduced with kind permission.
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
I've been away again, and accidentally found another lovely new shop!
Dorothy Stapleton takes us through the highlights of a week teaching patchwork in the Spanish mountains
The Fabric of a Nation project, "the ultimate quilting bee"?
Sue Wademan describes the influences that shape the work of New Zealand's quilters.
Priory Patchers recently made and exchanged quilts with a group in Holland. The occasion was the 60th Anniversary of Preston and Almelo being 'twinned'. The emblem of Almelo is the diamond, and 60 years is the diamond anniversary; hence the diamond motif.
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