Part 3 was housed at the shop of Lady Sew & Sew – the quilt shop in Henley. More information about the shop can be found by visiting their website – click here.
Kate Findlay, a textile artist in her own right, guides us round this exhibition held in Henley on Thames, England. There is a wide variety of textile art on display, but all with the theme of ‘Water Water’.
You can enjoy a large number of works from members of the Contemporary Quilt Guild in which are always a clever use of colour textures and fabrics.
To enjoy part 1 of this exhibition – click here.
To enjoy part 2 of this exhibition – click here.
You can learn more about our hostess Kate Findlay, whose textile inspiration to make stunning quilts, has recently been from the Hadron Collider in Switzerland, just click here.
About Contemporary Quilt Group
The group was set up by Annette Morgan, who handed the job over to Effie Galletly in August 2002 for the following two years. Effie, along with Judy Stephens as our first Newsletter Editor, and Margaret Ramsay, helped shape the beginning of what is now such a successful part of the Guild. As well as our informative and challenging quarterly newsletter we have a yahoo group where we can exchange news and views.
More information about Contemporary Quilt can be found on their website: www.contemporaryquilt.org.uk.
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