At Bakewell Old House Museum there’s a collection of “Treasured Quilts – Warmth and Wealth” till November 5th. Entrance fee to museum is £6.50.

More details at https://www.oldhousemuseum.org.uk/

At Macclefield Silk Museum https://www.thesilkmuseum.co.uk/visit-1#OPENING there’s an exhibition by contemporary textile artists on until August 10th.

More details on the groups news page https://www.textile21.co.uk/news/

And of course there’s the Festival of Quilts in August at the NEC to look forward to! https://www.thefestivalofquilts.co.uk/

Where to buy more stash!

In Cheshire there’s Patchfinders in Poynton – https://www.patchfinders.com/

Cheshire Needlecraft at Goostry –https://cheshireneedlecraft.com/

The Quilters Trading Post at Buerton is still providing a Long arm quilting service but no longer have fabric supplies. Lots of patterns and kits to buy on line though. https://quilterstradingpost.com/

At Lady Heyes Craft & Antiques restoration centre, near Frodsham, there’s Sew Simple. http://www.ladyheyes.co.uk/units/business.php?ref=271302003207

In Nantwich there’s Sew I did who have a facebook page https://www.facebook.com/p/Sew-I-Did-100063562178020/

The Patchwork Gallery in Knutsford have cotton fabrics, wadding, threads, kits and accessories which they will post on request . Email at patchworkgallery@btconnect.com or phone 01565 632553/ 07759 789253

There are other patchwork material shops in Staffordshire –

Angie’s in Cheadle –http://angiequilts.blogspot.com/

Hollie’s Haberdashery in Newcastle under Lyme – https://hollieshaberdashery.co.uk/

The Corner Patch in Eccleshall –https://www.thecornerpatch.co.uk/