A visit to the Library at the Guild's Office will ensure books of further quilting inspiration will promptly make their journey back to your home.
Above are just a small selection of recent acquisitions to the extensive library.
- Circular Quilting Designs by Helen Squire
- Japanese Quilting : 29 Stitched Projects from Yoko Saito
- Applique With Attitude from Piece O' Cake Designers, Beck Goldsmith and Linda Jenkins
Two other recent arrivals to the shelves are Publications by Studio Art Quilt Associates, Inc.
These additions have been kindly donated by Lisa Walton.
The Guild Library also has numerous interesting magazines for loan.
Fibreline is the publication from The Australian Arts and Surface Design Association;
Down Under Quilts is always available for loan, and, Patchwork tsushin (whilst written in Japanese) is a visual delight showcasing innovative Modern Japanese quilts.
The Guild Librarian is Rhonda Taylor and she is to be thanked for always procuring fascinating new publications, which cover a wide variety of interest and technique for the quilting enthusiast and quilt history lover.
Further details about how to borrow, whether visiting the Office or requesting books to be posted, can be obtained on the Guild's Website