|Posted by Esyllt on March 18, 2018 at 7:40 PM||comments (1)|
April 7th. Lutradur and Tyvek. Pauline Barnes. paulinebarnesquilts.co.uk
May 5th. Batik on Tissue. Jenny O’Leary. jennyolearytextiles.wordpress.com
June 2nd. Where Sea meets the Shore. Amanda Hislop. amandahisloptextileartist.com
July 7th. Painted...Read Full Post »
|Posted by sandra on November 16, 2016 at 5:35 PM||comments (0)|
A full wkshop for the Kantha Quilting wkshp and two on the waiting list, though some managed to get on with a couple of people withdrawing which would have made a total of 24 wanting to be there! Is this an indication of what everyone wants and needs!
It was a beautiful, relaxing and productive wkshop with lots of deliberation about choice of delicious coloured fabrics first, then how big,small, and what position and then what threads to use!. This was followed by stitchin...Read Full Post »
|Posted by sandra on October 7, 2016 at 4:05 AM||comments (0)|
I have just uploaded images of some of the great dyed fabrics acheived at the Eco Dye Workshop with Claire Cawte, greatfully taken and submitted by Sonia. We all had a great time messing about with leaves, petals, seeds, berries, bits of iron and coppers all rolled up in fabric and tied tightly with string [or threads if you thought of it]
What had previously, at least for me. been a scary subject with mordants and alum etc, turned out o be not so hard after all and althou...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Enid Davies on August 21, 2016 at 10:50 AM||comments (0)|
Well all the hard work WAS worth the effort 'cos the Festival has been a resounding success. It was just great to see all the other groups exhibitions and appreciate all that is going on in the Swansea/Neath area. Everyone excelled themselves to reflect the theme of Childrens Literature with glorious colour, fabulous humour, clever inspiration, and of course, exquisite stitch. Not to mention all the street art would be a crime, I have been bowled over by the ingenuity? of how we...Read Full Post »
|Posted by sandra on August 7, 2016 at 3:40 PM||comments (0)|
Oh dear is it really April the last time I made an entry here!
Huge Congratulations to everyone that contributed to our fabulous exhibition at the Ceri Richards Gallery, thirty four members which was brilliant, a couple of regular exhibitors weren't able to make it this year, but it is still a record number, with I think nearly 70 exhibits!!!!!! This of course is nothing compared to the number of Sweets, bookmarks, bookcovers etc that I am sure that everyone was respo...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Enid Davies on April 3, 2016 at 6:55 PM||comments (0)|
I have just posted images of most of the work done by members at the Saturday workshop that was quite productive with images starting for Roald Dahl influenced artwork. Sorry only seem to have some images and apologies for not remembering names.
Wendy is an experience free machine embroiderer and brought with her a range of her beautiful work and a huge stage by stage process samples to explain how she gets her results, sharing without hesitation her skills and techniques....Read Full Post »
|Posted by Enid Davies on April 3, 2016 at 7:10 AM||comments (0)|
Have just managed to upload the images that Rachel kindly sent me, but sorry I have no names to who did what!
enjoy anyway, if anyone can submit a report of the day, i can upload it, or you can too!
|Posted by sandra on March 25, 2016 at 4:00 AM||comments (0)|
You may have heard, but in case you haven't, Llaregub Village is now residing at Llwyn Y Bryn Campus of Gower College as an inspiration for students.
|Posted by Enid Davies on March 15, 2016 at 6:30 PM||comments (0)|
sorry long gap since posting, got a few things going on!!!!
Rachel has kindly sent me some images from the workshop on Saturday last which I was unable to attend, but everyone enjoyed a great day. Unfortunately for some reason I am unable to uplod the images but will try again later.
it sounds like it was a fabulous starting point for some of your work for the exhbition in August judging from the photos, well done all. I have no names to add you must claim your own p...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Enid Davies on February 4, 2016 at 10:30 AM||comments (1)|
Our next Workshop is on framing for your exhibition work so hope you will all enjoy.
Marilyn held a meeting at the Institute for all to talk about the Street Art we are doing at the Taliesin to greet people to the Exhibition and all those people coming for the Festival of Stitch on the festival trail.
The Theme is Sweets loosely based on Willy Wonka and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Marilyn and Karen will bring more news on that and the next gathering to exchan...Read Full Post »