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A new venue for Morley Textiles. Should be good and different. Free workshops offered every day. My workshop 3-5pm Sunday 20th July Stitched Paper Collage. The Colour and Pride of Poverty This  work has been inspired by two visits to India to take part in the Polio immunisation programme with Rotary International. I was intrigued by the brightly, painted yet extremely small homes which were stacked one on top of each other beside the raiiway. Each home with just one room, had no running […] Continue reading →


Off to India

Just packing the suitcases for our forthcoming trip to India and Nepal. We are taking part in two Rotary projects. In India we will take part in the Polio Immunisation programme and then will travel to Nepal to visit the school that Orpington Crofton Rotary Club supports. All children under the age of 5 are immunised annually until they are five years old.Unfortunately some new cases have just appeared in syria which was free from polio before the war. The good news is that in January 2014 […] Continue reading →

Well certainly a day to remember! A  group of Textile Artists from Morley, clad in layers of thick clothing, boarded the train for Walton on the Naze with bags, poles, hammers, fishing line…….. all but the kitchen sink. We were ready for  bad weather and were not disappointed. Not just wind and rain were experienced in the afternoon but also HAIL STONES!!!! Which we  survived with smiles on our faces. We met Sally our hostess and the owner of the bright idea of the Groyne […] Continue reading →

A new month and new work on the Horizon…             Currently working on landscape and enjoying sampling Today  we enjoyed a super walk in the snow. Took some photos to inspire future work     The moths Group of textile artists are still looking for an exhibition venue near to the centre of London. Do contact me if you have any good ideas. Tomorrow I will be focussing on learning how to use my knitting machine. I can’t wait to master it […] Continue reading →


Lost In Lace

Well the exhibition  has now finished at the Mall. My bag was a little lighter on return, but not very. I was pleased with how my display looked, but it certainly helped me to make up my mind to  launch forth into some bigger installations rather than 2 D pieces. What was really great, was meeting visitors, hearing their comments about the whole exhibition and making new friends from the exhibiting makers. This is how my work looked… Visit to Lost in Lace This is a must for those […] Continue reading →