We are a group of women (but men are welcome!) who have an interest in textile art and embroidery. We are of mixed abilities and there is no need for you to be able to sew to come and join us - there are no tests!
New members are always welcome - why not call in and join us as a guest for a few months?
Meeting fee for visitors is only £5.
Our meetings vary - we have talks and workshops, show and tell - we also have lots of weekend workshops and playdays. For details of what's coming up (and what's been and gone!) check out our programme below...

Friday, 2 June 2017

Inbetweeners - Members in Print and Making an Exhibition of Themselves

Harold Hare, a piece by talented Halifax member, textile artist Anne Brooke, proprietor of H-Anne Made, featured in the Gallery section of April's "Be Creative with Workbox" magazine. Workbox has recently undergone a revamp and if you haven't seen a copy for a while, it's worth checking out again. 


Harold in the Gallery

The original Harold

Also in print, this time in the 3rd edition of Scheepjes' "Yarn" magazine (another strokeable publication!), is a beautiful Humming Bird tablet case by Liz Barraclough, which features some colourful  ribbon embroidery. Ribbon embroidery is often seen as quite a traditional craft, but Liz has brought it right up to date with this piece. 


The article in the magazine

The tablet case in close-up. Brilliant matching of ribbons and threads, 
and lots of hand-stitching.

Finally, the ridiculously talented Judy Tadman, who is skilled in so many areas and has made the art of rope sculpture her own, has not only turned her hand to wood turning (sorry) but has also managed to combine this with her love of stitch, by documenting her fellow "turners" in amazing machine embroidery illustrations. These were on display at the Birstall Wood Turning Club's open day in May. 








There are some aspects of doing this blog that make me feel really inadequate! 



1 comment:

  1. Mind blowing Embroidery Digitizing work and I think Embroidery can make anything more beautiful and attractive. I really appreciate it for sharing :)

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