March 2012


Cat in the window  by Jasbir Jabbal.   In cat in window note the hand done needle lace curtain.  This is done on even weave fabric.

Cat in the window by Jasbir Jabbal

Also by Jasbir this cross stitch flower picture on aida fabric.

By Jasbir cross stitch flower

Nita Shah did this wonderful chicken scratch cushion – both sides and then embellished with an attractive frill around the edge.

Chicken scratch cushion by Nita Shah
Sejal Shah used her imagination to create this lovely shopping bag.
Front of year end bag by sejal
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February 2012


Heather Campbell’s Crewel and Gold work pieces from the Mary Hickmott workshops.   Heather had used extra thread to create a border round the samples.

Heather Campbell’s Gold work Heather Campbell’s Crewel

Noor of Unik Framers has enhanced the embroideries by using her new machine to cut octagonal mounts – most attractive. A wonderful example of how a well mounted and framed embroidery can become something very special.

These three cross stitch pieces by Jasbir Jabbal.

cross stitch by Jasbir Jabbal         cross stitch2 by Jasbir Jabbal

The cottage garden is a lovely example of the effect that can be achieved using different stitches – French knots, long and short stitch, button hole etc.

The cottage and garden crewel embroidery by Jasbir Jabbal

Rowena brought along the tapestry she is working on which is in a Millenium Frame

Tapestry by Rowena

Earlier Workshops


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Beaded Clown Embroidery by Shila Shah

Beaded Clown Embroidery by Shila Shah

Cross stitch and bead embroidery scissor keeper by Gail Langton

Cross stitch and bead embroidery scissor keeper by Gail Langton

Peacock front by Shila Shah

Peacock front by Shila Shah

Peacock back by Shila Shah

Peacock back by Shila Shah

Mary Hickmott workshop at KEG


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Mary Hickmott workshop pictures

Mary Hickmott conducting a workshop  Canvas Stitches Goldwork by Mary Hickmott

Mountmellick Counted Thread Embroidery

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