26-27th September 2015
We've had a fabulous Yarndale 2015! Jane Holmes' Sheep map of Great Britian attracted a great deal of attention and the continuous wall project led by Sue Sissling and Chris Mitchell certainly got people talking. Lots of praise for our creative stitching!
Saturday was a very busy day but Sunday gave us the opportunity to sit and stitch with our visitors. Lots of local people were still unaware of our existance - how can that be????! Our examples of Florentine work and simple stitching techniques revived memories and gave our visitors plenty of ideas to take home.
And finally..... if Chris Mitchell had been on commission for every photograph taken of her knitted lambs she would be a very rich woman!
Thank you to everyone who contributed in any way to the Yarndale exhibition - your support is always very much appreciated.
at September 29, 2015
Following the White Walker embroidery which created such a stir, there's now a tapestry! It's currently 77 metres long, covering sea...