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The EYES Rainbow banner

Here is another group project from the East Yorkshire Embroidery Society’s exhibition Hopes and Dreams in Stitch, which is at Beverley Minster from 10am to 4pm every day until 10th May. Participants were given a square of fabric, and asked … Continue reading

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Flowers at the EYES exhibition in Beverley

More from the East Yorkshire Embroidery Society’s 2019 exhibition Hopes and Dreams in Stitch, which is at Beverley Minster from 10am to 4pm every day until 10th May. Today a collection of pictures showing some of the ways landscapes can be … Continue reading

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Pot of gold

Here is part 3 of my series of posts from the East Yorkshire Embroidery Society’s 2019 exhibition, Hopes and Dreams in Stitch, which is at Beverley Minster from 10am to 4pm every day until 10th May. Today’s pictures show the … Continue reading

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A view of Beverley

This textile view of Beverley is the result of a group project by members of the East Yorkshire Embroidery Society. It is on exhibition as part of Hopes and Dreams in Stitch, which is at Beverley Minster from 10am to … Continue reading

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The East Yorkshire Embroidery Society’s 2019 exhibition

Yesterday, I dropped in to see the East Yorkshire Embroidery Society’s (EYES) 2019 exhibition Hopes and Dreams in Stitch, which is at Beverley Minster from 10am to 4pm every day until 10th May. They have all manner of things on display, … Continue reading

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Woolly Spires

Woolly Spires is an exhibition at of knitted churches at the National Centre for Craft and Design in Sleaford, Lincolnshire. Several of Lincolnshire’s beautiful gothic churches in wool, mainly knitting, with some crochet, for example on the roof of Stow … Continue reading

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Amazing landscape rugs

When I was little, I had a square of lino, printed with a town map.  It kept us occupied for hours, driving dinky cars down the streets, and making up all sorts of stories about what was going on in … Continue reading

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