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Fields, Fabrics and French Knots

Last week we went to the Museum of East Anglian Life for the opening preview of the Embroiderer’s Guild exhibition Fields, Fabrics and French Knots celebrating the life in East Anglia. 339 more words

Enjoying Life

What's in a Name

A couple of months ago (ok, I admit it was probably a bit more than a couple!) we were all given a name badge to create at Skipton Embroiderers Guild, it’s a great idea, as particularly for a newbie like me it can be a bit daunting trying to remember names. 332 more words


Dyeing 101

Creating a material colour wheel in the morning

Heather demonstrating her yarn winding gizmo.

Concentration, counting out loud and lots of colour.

Freezer bags and cat litter trays. 79 more words


Launceston Workshop Embroiderers' Guild of Tasmania Inc.

My most recent workshop was held in Launceston for the Tasmanian Embroiderers’ Guild. The project was The Blue Wren Family. I taught the ladies the embroidery and they gave me cakes!!! 67 more words

Curtain up on Bodnant's colourful Festival of Fabric

The curtain is up on our festival of fabric at Bodnant Garden. Members of North Wales Embroiderers’ Guild have adorned sites around the garden with artwork reflecting our trees, plants and flowers in an exhibition called Landscapes and Gardens. 328 more words

Bodnant Garden

A cow, a cow my kingdom for a cow!!

well too many flipping days since my last blog and I’m definitely starting to get confused over where I’m putting stuff a the moment as I gear up for Open Studios – I  am exhibiting at the Physic Garden in Petersfield from Thursday this week..10 30 til 5pm ..do drop in….   895 more words

Whats Happening Now

Competition winner!

Back in March, I made these three little 8″ X 10″ art quits, called Hot Fruit, always intending to enter them for my Embroiderers’ Guild branch competition. 83 more words

Hot Fruit