April 2019 Stage Display

A smaller than usual display as everyone is working on items for the May Exhibition however everything of the usual high standard. Most have an Easter theme this month.

Stage Display March 2019

A wide range of creative textile work on display again this month. Ranging from quilts to intricate goldwork. Look out for Hilary’s bags created from CABLE! (craft acquisitions beyond life expectancy) I am sure we all fall into this pit.  

Stage Display February 2019

Pineapple design , paper piecing begun at Philippa Naylor workshop, 2nd February.     Bed fit for Thumbelina.   Another wonderful display from EYES members showing the variety of skills and techniques.   An appeal from our Librarian Lyn to members to donate sanitary pads to be included in the Hull ‘Red Box’ project.  The…

November Stage Display

November’s stage display shows many of the completed items from the Gail Lawther workshop. Each finished object demonstrating the variety of designs and colours that can be adapted from one pattern.

Memory Quilt

Memory Quilt now on display in the Oncology Unit Castle Hill Hospital. Each heart individually designed and stitched by EYES members in memory of a loved one.

2018 Residential Weekend

A fantastic weekend was had by all those who attended, lots of sun, fun and laughter and a tremendous amount of work, to a high standard, was produced, thanks to the brilliant tuition from Karen (very patient and understanding). Please see below pictures of those hard at work producing these masterpieces and then the finished…

2017-18 Members’ Work

Completed work from April’s Workshop; Layered Landscapes Above and below May’s stage display.   Stage Display April 2018 Stage display March 2018 Stage display February 2018 Jacky Ward-Lomax Mola work This is a type of work done by the Kuna Indians of Panama and is mostly reverse applique with a small amount of simple embroidery…

Members work June 2018

Here are a couple of examples of the many quilts which were displayed and talked about by our speaker, Greta Fitchett her imagination using reflections in  glass buildings around the world, with the ability to put that imagination into her sewing was a delight to see and more latterly her husbands artistic skills in creating designs and selecting materials for Greta…