Peterborough Branch held one of it’s most successful exhibitions from the 19th April to the 2nd May.
Hosted by Peterborough cathedral, one of the finest Norman cathedrals in England and the burial place of both Katherine of Aragon and Mary Queen of Scots, many of the of the pieces were inspired by it’s beautiful stonework, vaulted ceilings and it’s fine history.
Although we are only a small branch members produced and exhibited 70 pieces showing a wide variety of work which was enjoyed by both local embroidery enthusiasts as well as tourist from all over the UK and from as far afield as the USA, China and Australia.
The name “Fantastitch” also inspired the members to produce a selection of beautiful textile fans.
Norwich young Embroiderers were the winners of the de Denne competition with their theme of ‘Looking through for Bugs, Bees, Beetles, and Butterflies. Read more
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Competition Winners from Regional Day 2014 Click here for details.
A selection of photographs from the National AGM 2014 Click here