Friday, 12 February 2016

And the rest of the Worn Threads work

or at least the rest for which I have any decent photos!
(left) Clare Williams inspired by New Zealand culture
(right) Linda Seward inspired by a Hi-Low skirt she owns

Dorothy Crossley
inspired by a Shaman's costume

Jane O'Sullivan
inspired by her late mother's evening dress

Jenny MacKay Jones
inspired by a patriotic apron

Joyce Amirahmadi
inspired by 18th/19th century Iranian paintings

Ros Crouch
inspired by photo of Aunt Polly at the ball

Heather Brand
inspired by tights/pantyhose

Emma Courtnadge
inspired by dresses her twin daughters wore

See the exhibition at Lady Sew and Sew in Henley-on-Thames, Thursday, 4th February to Monday, 22 February. Weekdays 10am until 4pm

The exhibition will also be at the National Needlework Archive Thursday 29th March – Thursday 28th April
FREE Demonstration Saturday 2nd April 10.30 – 11 am

I have added the posts for the Worn Threads exhibition to Off the Wall Friday at Nina-Marie's

Since I have finally got a good photo of my stitched wax paper, I will show that tomorrow.

1 comment:

quiltedfabricart said...

What a wonderful group of fiber art! All so different and unique - this will be a fun exhibit