All posts by Susan Canfield

Power of Stitch on show

On Tuesday a group of stitchers from the Suffolk West branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild journeyed to Braintree to be conducted around the Power of Stitch exhibition by myself and Melinda. Before the tour began Melinda described a little about how the group worked, how we present our work to each other and the support […]

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The Power of Stitch

I am working hard on my exhibit for our forthcoming exhibition “The Power of Stitch” which will be at Braintree District Museum to coincide with 2019 Textile Fair.  My exhibit tries to show the history of textiles in this country – a hard task and one which took not only a large amount of research […]

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A hard day at work

     Briar stewarding at The Pond Gallery, Snape.         She had a very busy day greeting all the visitors.      

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Identity tags at Landmark

When Janette, Carol and I went to the Landmark Arts Centre on Tuesday to give a talk about the research behind “Between the Lines”, I was able to take some more pictures of the exhibition. Lesley and her right hand man, Tim, had wrapped “barbed wire” around the pillars and hung from it the identity […]

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Setting up at Landmark

 Here are just a few images that I took when we were setting up at Landmark Arts Centre.  As you can see, Liz and June still look quite happy although it was the middle of the afternoon and they’d just spent quite a while hanging Melinda’s pieces which was not the only exhibit that was […]

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