Events for ISGs and ‘Stitch Together’

To advertise your event here, please contact us via the ‘Contact Us’ page. Please remember that they may be subject to any coronavirus restrictions that may be in place at the time. The events are in date order!

Dorking Creative Textiles and Stitch invite you to their workshop on Monday 18th October 9.45 for 10 am.  with Harriet Riddell ‘Machine Faces and Scenes’.  Take a look her website and at Youtube clips of Harriet at work.  She is amazing. Participants from other groups welcome.  Takes place at The Friends’ Meeting House, Dorking. £35.  Please contact Jane Keynes janekeynes@btinternet.com  for more information and to book.  Please get in touch before the end of September to secure a place.

Thames-Side Stitchers have invited Shelley Rhodes to come and give a talk entitled ‘Exploring a Theme’ on Thursday 28th October via Zoom. In her talk Shelley will show how she takes an initial idea or concept through various stages to exhibiting finished work. Examples are based on her latest work which investigates coral bleaching and the effects of plastic in the oceans. She demonstrates how she explores ideas through drawing, mark-making, collage, print and photography. She will explain her processes and techniques while investigating materials, always taking the ‘what if’ approach, as she develops ideas inside and outside her sketchbooks. You will see how she creates samples, records ideas, develops designs and work towards the finished pieces. We have space for up to 10 visitors, so if you would like to join us, please see the information on the poster and get in touch by Monday 25th October. Click here to see their poster along with contact details!

Brighton Embroidery Group are inviting you to join them on Saturday November 6th from 10am – 4pm to a Workshop With Catherine Lawes on ‘Layered Landscapes’. We will be at Patcham Community Centre, Ladies Mile Rd, Patcham, Brighton. BN1 8TA where there are spaced tables and well ventilated Rooms 3 and 4 and a lift is available) Click here for further details! Hope you can join us!

The Worshipful Company of Broderers Annual lecture, will be taking place on Monday 22nd November 2021 at 6pm in London. It is about the exciting project to conserve and restore a Constance Howard mural, created for the Festival of Britain in 1951. The link below also includes a booking form for your members to complete and return to the address at the top of the form. Thank you. Please click here to download the flyer which also includes a booking form for you to complete and return to the address at the top of the form.

Mid Kent Embroidery and Textile Group invite you to an exhibition that was planned originally Sept – Oct 2020 then moved and moved again but because of the latest Government restrictions, it is planned for 13th November – 11th December 2021. It is going ahead at Maidstone Museum, its title is ‘Textile Travels’ and please click here for the flyer!

‘Stitchfest’ will be in July 2022

 

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