The Quilters’ Guild is open to everyone and is run by its members.
We bring together quilters in a spirit of friendship and learning. We promote quilt-making in all its forms across the UK.
As an educational charity we preserve the heritage of quilting and work to ensure a vibrant future for the craft.
(Quilters' Guild Mission Statement)
The Quilters’ Guild is the national organisation for people involved in patchwork and quilting, whether you are a beginner, an experienced quilter or someone interested in the history and development of patchwork and quilting. Find out more about membership here.
The Guild was founded by a group of committed quilters in 1979. You can read about the history of The Quilters' Guild here.
The Guild is a voluntary organisation and all our activities are delivered by our members. There are 18 regions across the UK and activities are organised by regional committees. Click to find out more about The Quilters' Guild regions. Find out about Guild and other quilting events across the UK by looking at the events calendar.
As a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee, The Guild has trustees who are responsible for ensuring that The Guild complies with company and charity law, and that we do what our Memorandum and Articles of Association empower us to do. Click here to see The Guild's governing documents and find out about our trustees.
The Guild employs members of staff, who help to administer The Guild and enable us to deliver our objectives.
Click here for contact details for The Quilters' Guild.