What’s On Next
NIPG Next Meeting
Sat 7th September 2019
Talk: “Working Small – Lots of Journal Quilts”
The NIPG usually meets on the 1st Sat of the month.
Our venue is usually the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra. However, please note that there are Saturdays when Cultra have special events.
We’ll keep you informed.
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Hands Across the Border 2019.Ruby Serendipity moves to St. Mary’s Cathedral, Kilkenny – 17th to 21st July 2019. 10.00 a.m. to 5.30 p.m. daily
After a successful stay in Flowerfield, Portstewart, the Hands Across the Border exhibition moved to Louth County Library, in Dundalk. After spending time in Dundalk, the exhibition has now reached the Charter Room in Saint Mary’s Cathedral, Kilkenny, from 17th … Continue reading
In honour of this year being our Ruby Anniversary, the NIPG chose the title ‘Ruby Serendipity’ for our biennial Hands Across the Border exhibition, which we share with the Irish Patchwork Society. Why have a photo of Black Eyed Susans? … Continue reading
The visit of Kaffe Fassett & Brandon Mably was the highlight of our Ruby Celebrations. If you have any stories or photos, we would be glad to have them, although our Facebook has actively published them. Kaffe’s lecture at the … Continue reading
January 2019 Demonstrations One of the most popular events in the NIPG Calendar, when members themselves take on the demonstrations. Attendees gather themselves into groups and move from one demonstration table to the next. Each demonstration lasts approximately 15 minutes. … Continue reading
Our Christmas Meetings are invariably a joy, with Christmas jumpers, earrings and other decorative jewellery on view. This year was no different and enhanced with our invariably ice-cold hall being so warm that the doors had to be opened. Jean … Continue reading
Hello Everyone BRING YOUR MUG TO THE MEETING We know that some people are particular about starting Christmas celebrations or even mentioning Christmas too early. Others, of course, would celebrate it all year round. Now, as we hold our meetings … Continue reading
IMPORTANT! Our next meeting and the afternoon workshop- Saturday 3rd November – will be in St. John’s, Orangefield Parish Church, on the Castlereagh Road in Belfast. 10:00 for 10:30 start. Sunday workshop will take place in Knock Golf Club Council Room … Continue reading
When a very, very, very young Deborah Baillie decided to start a quilting guild, little did she realise how big it would grow. Nor could she have realised how popular it would be, becoming Northern Ireland’s largest patchwork Guild. That … Continue reading
Hello Everyone Since we last posted, we have all in every sphere of our online existence, been grappling with GDPR – General Data Protection Regulation 2018. We’ve known for a while that it was imminent, yet suddenly the date of … Continue reading
Crafting Live Belfast The Northern Ireland Patchwork Guild will be present at the Crafting Live Show in the Titanic Exhibition Centre, Our stand shall be displaying work produced by our members on the theme ‘Dive into your Stash!’ Our Chair, … Continue reading