Locally made hand crafted items from a range of local people for sale, plus craft workshops for adults and children. Their ethos is to upcycle, re-use and recycle items and be inclusive, in a safe space in the city centre.
@ Exeter Craft Hub
The Contemporary Quilt Group are a special interest group of the Quilters Guild, creating innovative and dynamic fabric art, aiming to encourage newer quilters to extend and develop their work and experiment with contemporary techniques and materials! CQ is represented at The Creative Craft Show by Exe Valley CQ group, a local regional group, displaying journal quilts – some inspired by CQ’s latest challenge and their own latest in-house challenge – AUTUMN LEAVES. It is hoped that you enjoy the bright autumn colours and innovative techniques!
Helen Rhiannon is an award-winning designer and author of ‘Dressmaking. The Easy Guide’. Helen has run her All Sewn Up Wales workshops for 16 years and regularly appears on TV. Helen will be doing demonstrations to showcase the new book.
This year Woodbury Woodturners have some new demonstrators to entertain you, as well as many of the old faces. So come along and watch our all day demonstartions make some crazy things. Many of the tings they make are given away to the audience so make sure you are there!
Exhibition of contemporary, impressionistic oil paintings, still life, flowers and fruit. Demonstrations throughout the show. Join the conversation about processes, techniques, materials, equipment, inspirations and workshops. Gill trained in the formal classical method, initially at London Fine Art Studios.
The National Needlework Archive is putting out a call for any school or college text books relating to sewing or any other textile/household related subject. The NNA charity’s publicly accessible, independent library is preserving our education history.
Facebook @ The Old Chapel Textile Centre
The Family History Federation is your “One Stop” for family history information. Visit them to collect a FREE starter booklet, learn about Family History Societies and/or receive research advice. They also sell a wide variety of family history books.
Pat will be demonstrating simple patchwork and quilting techniques that she teaches on her Zoom classes, to inspire those who are just becoming interested in the craft, plus promoting her simple instruction kits.
Jan is a textile artist and tutor. Her work incorporates recycled and reclaimed textiles, which are layered, stitched and painted. Jan will be demonstrating free motion embroidery, exhibiting her latest work and samples from her popular creative textile workshops.
Traditional Corn Dollies from around the World – Corn Dollies go back 8,000 years to the beginning of farming as a celebration of harvest time and a traditional gift for plenty and happiness. Hear all about their history and folklore; see how they are made and try making your own!