Exhibitors 2020

We would like to welcome all the groups and individuals who are joining us at
British Quilt & Stitch Village 2020 on the 17th – 19th April.  

All Directions

Our exhibition shows work completed by ‘All Directions’, a creative stitched textiles group who meet fortnightly in Lichfield to learn and explore new techniques to incorporate into their own work.  If you would like to know more about the group, then please contact the tutor Jane Lockley.  Jane@fairwayss.co.uk

Bookart

Bound Together

Meeting on a regular basis, we individually create books that demonstrate a wide and eclectic mix of stitch and mixed media. We transpose the ordinary humble book into a feast of design, texture and colour.

Ilzesmith369@btinternet.com

Cathy Reavy

Threads Workshops

Cathy runs a broad range of hand embroidery workshops in the beautiful Peak District village of Alstonefield near Ashbourne.  Gaining inspiration from her travels around the world, Cathy develops her own designs, which she teaches others to re-create on her workshops using traditional techniques.

www.threadsworkshops.co.uk

Carole Holme

The Natural World in Goldwork and Silk Shading

‘The Natural World in Goldwork and Silk Shading’ celebrates the creativity and expertise of Carole’s Goldwork group, which meets at Ticknall in Derbyshire.  In addition to Goldwork, the exhibits showcase other hand embroidery techniques such as Stumpwork and Silk Shading. Carole’s aim is to inspire and promote hand embroidery techniques through teaching, demonstrating and exhibiting.

www.caroleholme.co.uk

Crazy Mary Crafts

Staffordshire Stand

Crazy Mary Crafts provides textile workshops and residential stitching weekends; plus school projects and community based textile art.  Many of Mary’s projects are also available as kits to complete at home.

www.crazymarycrafts.co.uk

Embroiderers Guild

The Embroiders Guild welcomes everyone with an interest in any area of embroidery.  Find your local branch for monthly meetings, talks and workshops. 

www.embroiderersguild.com

Guild of Silk Painters

An Introduction to the excitement of Silk Painting

Exhibition Hall

The Guild of Silk Painters is a non-profit organisation who meet where and whenever possible to share knowledge and promote the art of silk painting in all its many guises.

www.silkpainters-guild.co.uk

Jeudis

Connected by Thread

This eclectic exhibition explores diversity of individual styles and visions in the development of traditional textile crafts as art, through consideration of form, line, colour, shape and perspective, with thread as the common factor.

Karen Lane

Karen Lane is a mixed media Textile Artist and Feltmaker based in North Lincolnshire.  Nature provides an unending source of inspiration for her work, from trees and leaves to fossils and pond objects.  Karen teaches a variety of workshops in both Textiles and Feltmaking in the UK and in France. 

www.lincsinstitches.com

Project Linus

Project Linus UK is a network of needle workers who make new patchwork quilts.  These are given as a gift to sick, traumatised and needy children to give them a sense of comfort and security.

www.projectlinus.org.uk

Traverse

Senses

Traverse is a group of textile artists, working with varied styles, mediums and techniques, our name evolved from looking or moving sideways, finding different perspectives.  ‘Senses’ (2020) explores our individual approaches to the sensory world in felt, paint, print and stitch.

www.traversetextileart.uk

The Quilters Guild Modern Quilt Group

The Bloomfield Coverlet and More

The Modern Quilt Group were asked to make a 20 inch square quilt inspired by any part of the Coverlet or anything it evokes.  Other exhibits are made by members of the Modern Quilt Group from Region 11 of the Quilters Guild.

https://modern-quilt.quiltersguild.org.uk

Wymeswold Threads

Starting Out

Wymeswold Threads is a newly formed group whose members have a broad range of experiences.  We create textile art using a wide variety of materials and techniques.  Our exhibition is characterised by its diversity and imagination – thread is our common theme.

janetdonnell@hotmail.com

Interested in exhibiting with us?
Please download the form from this page and fill in the form by hand and scan or send back to us. We have included a PDF version for printing & scanning and also a Word version if you’d like to return electronically.
Address: Nikki Reeves, TPL Exhibitions Ltd, Units 8-12 Willow End Park, Blackmore Park Road, Malvern, WORCS, WR13 6NN
We will contact you personally to discuss your exhibition and where your displays will be positioned when we have received your form.  We will consider each application for inclusion at the show but cannot guarantee that all applications will be successful.
If you have any queries regarding being an exhibitor do feel free to e-mail Nikki Reeves, Show Manager at info@quiltandstitchvillage.com.

Who exhibited with us previously?

View our list of past exhibitors

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