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Visitor's Choice, Cloisters Exhibition, May 2019

Jane Wallis was the winner of the Visitor's Choice with her lovingly and painstakingly constructed "Dear Jane" quilt.

Education Fundraising Challenge

We are pleased to announce that a total of £620 has been raised through this initiative. The lucky winner was Jackie from Woodcote, near Reading.

Welcome to Region 6

Region 6 covers Oxfordshire and Berkshire. We hold 2 Regional Days a year - one (usually March) in Berkshire and one (usually October) in Oxfordshire.  In addition there is a Christmas Coffee Morning and a Summer Lunch in each county.  See our Events page for details of upcoming events.

Regional Days

Late July saw our first Virtual Regional Day.  This was a great success with a well paced day led by Jo Avery who talked to us about her quilts and over the course of the day led a workshop to make a very attractive fabric pouch.  Lots of us finished the project!

Look in our Gallery to see more pouches. 

Christmas Coffee Mornings

Region 6 Christmas Coffee mornings prove to be a big hit! 

  • ABOUT REGION 6

    Region 6 communicate with their members via the e-newsletter Little Piece.  This is usually sent out twice a month. If you haven't received your email with the newsletter included contact our Newsletter Editor Jan Haywood - newsreg6@quiltersguild.org.uk

  • EVENTS

    Sadly we are currently unable to hold any live events.  

    Our next event will be the Virtual Coffee Morning on Thursday 22 October at 11 a.m. The link to this event is in the mid October issue of our e-newsletter - Little Piece.

    There will also be a Virtual Cocktail Hour at 8 p.m. on Thursday 05 November.  The link to this event will be in Little Piece.

  • REGION 6 NEWS

    Education Fundraising Challenge

    Julia Shay has masterminded a Region 6 response to the President's challenge to raise money for the Guild Education Fund.  Supported by members across the region, Julia has made our version of the Red House quilt.  The raffle for this quilt was drawn during a virtual committee meeting, by a committee member's husband. The lucky winner was Jackie, from Woodcote near Reading.  A total of £620 was raised through this initiative.