[CRAIG FELLOWS]

 

thread… a festival of textiles

sunday 3 november 2013, 10am-4pm

This latest addition to the Maltings’ festival programme follows the success of unravel… a festival of knitting and is a showcase for the many and varied textile notions.

Hear expert talks, attend a range of workshops, see demonstrations by local guilds and be inspired by exhibitions of contemporary textile work. Visitors are also invited to show off their sewing skills by taking part in the Best in Sew competition, sponsored by Mollie Makes Magazine.

workshops are now on sale!

Classes include:

Bias Binding with Lauren Guthrie of Guthrie and Ghani

Shibori with Rhian Solomon of Think:Make:Do 

Masterclass with Alice Kettle

Creepy Crawley Cross Stitch with Genevieve Brading, of trendy needlework brand Floss & Mischief

Click the links on the right to find out more and book your place. Advance booking essential – places are limited on all workshops.

Talks include:

Cloth and Memory with Lesley Millar.

This talk is free however places are limited.

The marketplace will be bustling with artisan fabrics, dressmaking patterns and haberdashery, plus lifestyle products from designers working with weave, print, embroidery and more!

Tickets: £5 in advance*, £7.50 on the door, under 15s free   *£1 booking fee applies, available until 12pm Sat 02 Nov

buy tickets!

If you are interested in becoming a stallholder at Thread please contact Lynsey Nichols on 01252 745405 or at lynsey.nichols@farnhammaltings.com

Image: Namolio; Textile Garden; Laura Adburgham

Written by CRAIG FELLOWS — October 20, 2013

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