Category Archive: Exhibitions

Jewel Enamels and Textiles at Hobbycraft

Goodness, I thought I had set this one up to post whilst I was away on my hols.  Sorry about that, but here it is, unadulterated, but rather belated! Will you be there?… Continue reading

Nolitex – Out There – Looking Good

Out There – Art in The Garden Easton Walled Gardens host Nolitex’s new exhibition “Out There” We knew it would be challenging putting on a mixed media and textiles exhibition in the garden… Continue reading

New Exhibition – Out There

Only a week to go until we begin putting up the next Nolitex exhibition called Out There.  Easton Walled Gardens near Grantham is the delightful venue for this exciting event.  I and the 8 other… Continue reading

Digitalis Fanciformus – sneeky peek.

A very big thank you to every one of you who sent me gloves for my textile project, here is a sneeky peek at what some of them have been turned into.  They are… Continue reading

After The Show Was Over…

If you managed to get to the NEC last week / over the weekend for the Hobbycraft, Sewing for Pleasure and Fashion Embroidery and Stitch shows, you should have had a great time… Continue reading

Seeking Va Va Voom!

It has not been the best of times recently – the magic little pills appear to work at a very slow pace indeed and I am not back to my normal self yet… Continue reading

Perhaps Not!

Well guess what;  it appears that there has to be another re-schuduling of the Friendly Plastic show (on Monday 7th March) , and what is more, no one has told me that this… Continue reading

Masking the Consequences of Friendly Plastic

Yesterday we took down our Consequences Exhibition, it had been running at Millgate Museum for 6 weeks and has proved to be very popular and well received. It took hours to put up,… Continue reading

Consequences

Another deadline approaches, and I am excited about this one as it is the opening of DOT’s first ever exhibition of work. For those that are wondering what I am talking about, DOT… Continue reading

Diary Dates

Every time we take a bit more roof off (major building work) it rains.  In fact, I think we could predict the weather by the progress of the building work.  Yesterday they took off… Continue reading