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  • Summer School 2019 – Jenny Adin-Christie ‘Millefiori inspired brooch

    Posted on 15/01/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    We are putting out another plea for the two remaining places on Jenny Adin-Christie’s workshop ‘Millefiori Inspired Brooch using Metal Threads’ members booking form 2019 summer school (1) This is a goldwork/metal thread workshop which is suitable for all levels of ability, and should be great fun for those that like traditional hand stitch techniques with […]

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  • New Book ‘Threads of Life’

    Posted on 10/01/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    Here are the details of a new book by Clare Hunter which gives us a history of thread, sewing & embroidery throughout the ages. It could be a great book for branch libraries or for students and individual members. Click below for information. Its to pre-order on Amazon- where you can see further details. Threads […]

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  • ‘Shorelines and Seascapes’ an exhibition by Preston EG branch

    Posted on 03/01/2019 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    Please click onto link below for poster details.   Poster shorelines and seascapes 2 c

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  • NWR AGM 2018

    Posted on 06/12/2018 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    The NWR AGM was held on Saturday 3rd November at Barton Village Hall. The day went well, with good numbers attending, plenty of displays of work by the Branches, a great raffle & EG sales table. The Regional Peacock hanging, everlasting landscapes & now fully completed Travelling Book were also on display. The morning started […]

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  • ‘Libertas’ an exhibition of textile art by Natural Progression

    Posted on 06/12/2018 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.
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  • Pendle Branch Visit 3rd December 2018

    Posted on 06/12/2018 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    I was invited to Pendle Branch’s Christmas Do, and after a Sat Nav episode, I was very warmly welcomed by the members. After a really nice lunch and a cup of tea, we started on the Christmas decoration challenge set by Val Coleshaw.  The idea was to roll felt fabric around a cocktail stick in […]

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  • Brenda Baxter Embroiderers Guild N Wales

    Posted on 06/12/2018 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    It is with sadness that I share the news that Brenda Baxter died on Wednesday 31st October.  She has been a staunch member of the North Wales Guild since 1982 and served on the committee between 1996-8.  Brenda believed that ‘once a member, always a member’ and in fact insisted on renewing her membership just […]

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  • TEN PLUS @ WARRINGTON:  BENEATH THE LAYERS

    Posted on 06/12/2018 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    2 FEBRUARY – 23 MARCH 2019 TEN PLUS @ WARRINGTON:  BENEATH THE LAYERS Warrington Museum & Art Gallery Museum Street Warrington  WA1 1JB A new exhibition of contemporary textile art inspired by the social and natural history of Warrington. Open:  Monday – Friday 10am – 4.30pm, Saturday 10am – 4pm  Free admission  Disabled access www.warringtonmuseum.co.uk (01925 442399) […]

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  • Macclesfield & District Branch Visit

    Posted on 23/10/2018 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    I attended  Macclesfield & District meeting on 18th October, along with Ann Cornes. We had a lovely day, speaking to members and listening to their speaker Linda Hume who is a felter. I took along the Regional Peacock and travelling book, as their members find it difficult to travel to Regional Events. The members were […]

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  • Visit to Lytham Branch

    Posted on 23/10/2018 by Sue Chisnall in Blog.

    I attended Lytham Branch’s 35th Anniversary on 17th October. It proved to be a lovely friendly event, with good company, food and a very interesting Speaker. Val Hughes gave us a passionate talk on her take of Anne Boleyn’s costumes based on her interpretation of the life of Anne through her souring relationship with Henry […]

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