Jane Basson

Cart Gap About Jane Basson Add Member’s bio here  website address (add link) Website: Image title/description Image title/description Image title/description Image title/description Image title/description Image title/description Image title/description Image title/description Image title/description

Sue Blackburn

About Sue I have been passionate about textiles since childhood.  I am primarily a hand and machine embroiderer but have always experimented with materials and techniques. I like devising my own methods for doing things. I use a variety of surfaces for stitch,including hand-dyed or painted fabrics,hand-made felt, Trapunto quilting and melted synthetics.  I produce … Read more

Joan Brass

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Pat Brunsdon

About Pat Starting, like many do, I made and taught traditional bobbin and needlelace for many years before embarking on a City and Guilds course where I discovered the delights of colour and texture. I now enjoy taking what is usually perceived as a flat textile into 3 dimensions – no more white and frilly!! … Read more

Deborah Conway Read

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Janet Cook

About Janet I saw patchwork quilts in Canada in 1988, and I recalled the feel of my grandmother’s crazy quilt. I took a class, and was hooked. Six years later I won my first national championship. I preferred to design my own quilts, and soon found myself travelling around the country and abroad, spreading my … Read more

Felicity Cooke

About Felicity My main creative stimulus is cloth and stitch. It mirrors everyday life, as clothing, bedding, household textiles and work. It carries memories, expresses qualities of touch and acquires marks and signs of wear and tear over time. I enjoy markmaking with stitch and the accidental marks caused by dye process, stitching and layering. Taking inspiration … Read more

Ditty Dokter

Hardwick Wood About Ditty I come from the Netherlands and have lived in the UK since 1980 and in East Anglia since 1990.   I weave tapestries from fleece, wool and objects found in the landscapes that inspire me. I am guided by the shape and especially the colours of the natural materials that evoke … Read more

Sue Dunkerley

About Sue Textile art is my passion.  I studied machine embroidery at Missenden Abbey with Pam Watts to City and Guilds Diploma Level. I enjoy travelling and gain inspiration from places visited. I like patterns both natural and man-made. Lutradur, acrylic felt, khadi paper and water-soluble fabrics are favoured materials due to the ease of … Read more