The display was brilliant and filled two rooms plus all the way up the stairs, but photography is not always simple in such situations. Some of the embroideries had glass over them which made it almost impossible to take a decent photo. So I have a taken ones I thought would show the diversity of their work. I did not have a catalogue so I cannot give all of the names and techniques here but I am sure you won't mind.
Shirley McKeand's Jacobean waistcoat
I did recognise Shirley's work straight away as she is a very talented embroiderer and studied and worked in couture for many years. She had quite a few jackets and coats in the exhibition and this was just one of them showing how she uses crewelwork to enhance a waistcoat.
Lovely silk paper slippers by Lynda Crowson
Some of you will know that I am particularly fond of making silk paper and then turning it into all sorts of objects, but I have never made a pair of tiny slippers, so these attracted my attention. I also liked the little needle punched puffins which you can just see below them, but I will post photos of them and other delights another day.
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