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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This post applies only to Northern Ireland Patchwork Guild Members We have been invited to take part in this year’s Crafting Live exhibition in the Titanic Exhibition Hall. Paula, our Chair invites you to submit a small piece which will … Continue reading
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A word from Paula, our Chair about our next meeting on October 7th Hi to all, October meeting is fast approaching and I hope you all are looking forward to it. I will be on holidays and will not be … Continue reading
Visit us [Stand E20] at Crafting Live, Titanic Quarter, Belfast. Also, read the wee note from our Chair, Brenda.
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This beautiful blog posting from Jayne McClenaghan, NIPG member just had to be shared. A huge thank you to Jayne and all the other volunteers for the work you do to maintain this rich heritage and thank you for this … Continue reading
Words from Brenda… on Create a Thon; Friday Workshop; Next Meeting on Sat 1st April and Crafting Live Exhibition Form
“Hello Members and Friends Spring has really started over the last few days of lovely weather, lets hope it continues. The April meeting is on the 1st April, All Fools Day, though we will not be celebrating the fools bit! We … Continue reading
Originally posted on Maria Shell:
While I am alone during the day in my studio, I almost always listen to National Public Radio. In the fall of 2009, I was stitching on my long arm quilting machine and listening to…
Members and Friends, I am afraid I am rather late with the follow up of last weeks meeting. If you missed the meeting you missed a treat. Valerie Wilson gave a talk about the Museums textile collection accompanied by pictures. … Continue reading
Members and Friends, Another month of grey skies, rain and storm Doris is nearly over, so great sewing weather. Although it has been mild my garden is springing into life with daffodils and camillia’s. The March meeting is next Saturday in … Continue reading