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Guest Tutors International or Home Grown?
As Guild members, do we overlook our "home grown tutors and speakers" for the international well known tutors? Do we sometimes not recognise the expertise that lies right under our noses?

How do you value your quilts?
Should you insure your quilts? Do you know the fundamental value of your quilts? What sort of compensation would you expect if your quilt was lost or stolen?

A Quilting Husbands Lament
Here's a clever little poem about the poor neglected husband of a patchworker. I sometimes think this could relate to my relationship. Enjoy!

Radiant New York Beauties
Radiant New York Beauties is a fabulous journey into the world of Foundation Paper-piecing. This book is brimming with projects that will take you to a new level in accuracy and sense of achievement

UFO's are a Positive Learning Experience
So you've decided not to continue to finish this UFO. How can you get the most out of what you've got. Chuck it out or make use of it?

UFO's are a Positive Learning Experience Pt1
UFO'S. We all have them. Should we finish every project we start. How do quilters deal with their UFO's?

Free and Easy Circles Book Review
Jan Mullen's Free and Easy Circles Magic Ballz & Other Foundation Folliez. A crazy wonderful journey through Jan's Free and Easy Circles

What happened to that quilt?
Ever wonder what happens to your quilts that you give to loved ones? Do they get used or just "put away" and possibly not appreciated?

Quilting Workshops - A Tutors Perspective.
What are the expectations of quilting teachers on their students to achieve a succcessful experience in learning. How can you as a student get the biggest "bang for your buck" in the sphere of learning the art of quilting?

Quilting Workshops - A Students Perspective
We all have expectations when attending quilting workshops. We hope to learn heaps and have an enjoyable experience. How can be ensure that this happens? Both Tutors and Students have expectations. What are they?

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