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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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
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This blog posting comes from C&T Publishing who published, Michele Hill’s beautiful book entitled: ‘Stitching with Beatrix Potter’. Posted by Deirdre Quirk on March 23, 2017. Deirdre Quirk writes: Planning a visit to Hill Top, Beatrix Potter’s farmhouse, today a … Continue reading
First the letter from Brenda… Hello Members and Friends It was lovely to see so many of you at the November meeting we had over 60 people to here Jennie Rayment. Jennie is full of life and gave us a … Continue reading