Programme

Tuesday, 19 March 2019

March 2019 Meeting - Part 2

In the afternoon, our own members gave short presentations on aspects of their work. 

Many thanks to Linda, Sue, Ann and Karen for their lively and informative short talks.  They were all  very well received by the members. The branch really does have a wealth of talented, committed and entrepreneurial individuals among the membership. 

Monday, 11 March 2019

March 2019 Meeting

The Branch normally uses the March meeting to offer Mini workshop demonstrations in the morning followed by personal, illustrated stories in the afternoon. 

This March there were demonstrations from Pam (coloured and heat distressed fabrics), Joy (machine embroidery, Nicole (lace making), Serena (Blackwork) and Anne (combining embroidery with other arts and crafts).

They were all excellent and all of the participants were inspired and enthusiuastic.



Wednesday, 27 February 2019

Events and Exhibitions

There are many workshops and exhibitions coming up this Spring. Here are some of them:-

Textile Journeys, 6 April at Mellor Parish Centre, SK6 5LX. 9.45 - 4pm. A textile day offered by Maggie Relph. There will be a talk followed by a choice of three workshops run by Maggie, Anne Gosling and Fiona Macauley-Davies.

The cost is £40 for the day. Booking and more details from Megan Barley - Tel (0161) 427 4370
email: meg.barley6@gmail.com

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Take a look at the Exhibitions page for news of events in Warrington, Northwich and Rochdale.


Sunday, 24 February 2019

All my own work

Those members who were not on The Journey with Pam and Joy took the opportunity to work on their own pieces in the other space.


Wednesday, 20 February 2019

February Meeting Morning

In the morning, Joy and Pam continued to lead members on The Journey.  Exploring design and colour to form new the basis of new textile works.


Friday, 15 February 2019

Event City 2019

The Branch was well represented at Event City.  Workshops were held, sales were made and work exhibited.  Our theme for the year was Commemoration and the major exhibit was the collaborative piece based on Peterloo and the Free Trade Hall. Excellent work by everyone involved.



The Branch was lucky enough to be lent some of the 100 Hearts from the National Project.  Some exceptional work.


Friday, 8 February 2019

February Meeting 2019

In the afternoon, there was an interesting talk about the detective work of Monica Selway in uncovering the work of Cornish Embroiderer Alice Moore.  She brought examples of Moore's work and showed her own pieces, inspired by Moore.