More of our wanderings around this lovely exhibition.
In this section of our visit, we see more of the work from the Fed Edge Textiles group.
We enjoy a workshop from Lynda Monk using Lutradur, and we also get to learn about thermofax screens and stencils as well as puff paint; for supplies, you should go to Art Van Go here.
Lynda is the author of two books: Exploring Creative Surfaces and Fabulous Surfaces – both of which are published by d4daisy.
Jean Wright demonstrates and shares her love of goldwork, making it more appealing for the younger generation; check out her beautiful brooch, which uses a glass flower marble for its center. Jean taught at the Cottenham Summer School that year.
Sarah from Bee Crafty has some lovely new products and kits to show us, including one now, the lovely brooch that was featured in our workshop video.
Click here to enjoy it:
and you can wander around their old shop by clicking here – their move takes them into a larger space at the exact location.
This is all true and correct at the time of filming; Sarah has now moved on from Bee Crafty.
21st Century Yarns https://www.21stcenturyyarns.com are on display, and we visit Fibretastic, and you can see more of her supplies on Etsy.
Valerie is the founder and Creative Director of justhands-on.tv , as well as our very own ‘Queen of Scrap’. She founded Creative Quilting, a quilt shop in Hampton Court, where she still teaches to this day.
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