Paula showed us a huge selection of multimedia books. Some stitched, some cut into, some round robins ie contributed to by a series of individuals following a theme. So interesting. Pictures speak for themselves.
We had another day school this Saturday. We met in the usual church hall to explore stitches that have fallen through the cracks. Kay Dennis provided us with a leaf image to work on. She had designed it to be worked in a combination of line, filling and isolated stitches. We all struggled with woven herringbone stitch, but several of the other stitches were delightful. It is sad how stitches go out of fashion.
Everyone had a fulfilling day, and Kay, as usual,was a patient tutor. Thank you Kay.
Pinner Arts Week runs from 26th September to 5th October. It is a celebration of the local creative talents in music, art, Spoken Word, photography, textiles, flower arranging and the handmade. The programme of 40 events involves over 200 participants.
Members of Harrow and District Embroiderers Guild will be running a stitch workshop suitable for complete beginners but also with added advanced techniques for the more experienced. Plenty of activities for grandchildren and the Artisans’ Fair on Sat 27th where nine craftspeople will be demonstrating and selling their unique work. All the details of these are in the programme at http://www.pinnerartsweek.com