You know when we all walk around historic properties and wonder ‘who made that’? Wouldn’t it be nice to know more about the pieces which interest us and the people who made them?
The Quilters’ Guild has now launched the first of the Elizabeth’s Dowry collection fabrics, inspired by one of the quilt treasures in The Quilters’ Guild Collection, the Mariner’s Compass Coverlet (1820 – 1829).
Isn’t it wonderful to see a local artist (at least local to us here at SST!) doing so well? Below is an extract from SoCheshire’s interview with Louise;
Looking for something to do over the Easter weekend? Why not visit Claydon House? A self-taught textile artist who creates ‘paintings’ by hand stitching pieces of fabric together is this year’s artist in residence at Claydon House. By the summer, Barbara Shaw will have produced seven pictures using the stately …