The 2017/2018 Perth Modern Quilt Guild committee members have chosen the theme for the year to be … “Colour Your World” We like to base our Education Challenges around the theme, so I predict lots of colour play this year! Are you ready? The PMQG are not going to pretend to be students of the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Every year our Guild likes to pick a theme to base our education series, swaps and activities on. For the 2016/2017 season we chose “Make it Modern.” From an Education perspective we chose to break this theme down into 4 categories and align them with challenges for our members to experiment and explore. These challenges […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
This topic is so exciting I thought it was worth its own blog post! A few months ago Perth Modern Quilt Guild purchased an AccuQuilt GO! Cutter and a bunch of dies for members to use at our monthly meetings. What can an AccuQuilt do, you ask? Well if you missed Jodie’s demo at the January meeting, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Moondyne convention centre in the Chittering Valley hosted by Peter, Christine and Gypsy. Amazing views of the beautiful Avon Valley in Lower Chittering. The retreat goddess Jodie – or as she is better known from now on the Queen of Procrastination and her helper Alex did a sensational job organising this retreat! The queen of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Review by Alex Turner If you are into whimsical dolls and pretty, girly things – you will love this book. All of the projects are cute, and there are lots of sweet things to look at. I was a bit disappointed that there weren’t more pictures of the quilts, though. I used the instructions in the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Book Review by Beryl Snell Pam and Nicky Lintott have put together several books for using jelly rolls, layer cake and charm squares. This book offers a varied selection of quilts to make. Instructions are easy to follow and there are lots of pictures to illustrate […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Book review by Beryl Snell If you love hand embroidery this book is for you. It offers a range of small sewing projects embellished with beautiful hand embroidery using a wide selection of hand embroidery techniques. The book includes a stitch glossary at the back as well as […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Book review by Beryl Snell Although there seems to be a lot of quilting books around for jelly rolls, layer cakes and charm squares, the quilting ideas in this book are varied, fresh and interesting. As in the book subtitle, they have a more modern look. Projects range from small and straight forward like a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Hi All. It was terrific to see so many returning and new people at our September meeting – despite the foul weather conditions! The meeting was highlighted with Laura continuing her demonstration of QAYGFMQAL. Over the last three meeting Laura has inspired many with her passion for free motion quilting. Members and visitors always […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Our August meeting held on the 24 th was such a beautiful day. We opened up the doors of the hall so that we had a view of the dogs and their owners on the oval and set up the room for a busy afternoon of sewing. I always love catching up with my Quilty […]Continue Reading... No Comments.