TASTER: London Quilters Patchwork Show 2014
FREE Tasters (Textile Art) • Educational, G, 01-Jul-2015
Linda Seward shows us round exhibition by the London Quilters. It was an exhibition of work showcasing the diverse approaches of the groups’ many members in 2014 year.
At that time the group was consist of 80-90 members and you will see just how varied and talented they are as a group.
The quilts include personal memories and stories and Linda shares these with us on the tour.
If you would like to see the opening ceremony, which we filmed at the time – you can click here to enjoy it.
Tracey Chevalier – an author and now a quilter too was also there. We were fortunate enough to have a short interview with her too in front of her quilt.
Click here to learn more about Valerie Nesbitt.
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