Noticeable Edges A Hillstone Fibre Arts exhibition

Roughly one year ago, a group from in and around Huddersfield joined together to form Hillstone Fibre Arts. We started work on 'Noticeable Edges', each member taking the theme in a particular direction. This is a photo story of our first exhibition in Harrogate, May 2017 at the Stitching, Sewing and Hobbycrafts show.

A collection of pieces based on horizons - click on a photo when in a grid to enter side mode
Detai from Wyn's longer piece entitled 'Old Meg'
Some lovely rust -dyed pieces from Sam

Jackie explored circles and below is her striking book with wonderful edges...

Edge sampler

Jo is our expert on furrowing, used here to great effect on these accessories...

Maureen's inspiration was limpets for her layered work

Carol loves working with design, here are her finished pieces

Dimitra's coloured and pleated fabric with eye-catching running stitch
'Sleeping where shadows never fall'. A moving piece from Irene about her sister

Judith used fine needlework to reflect the Japanese art of Kintsugi

Julie's work uses wool from her Ryland sheep
Rachael's pod-like fibre vessels

Solitude - Wyn

Sun on Winter Trees - Jo

Further pieces from the exhibition
Our stand
Our visitors

We hope you have enjoyed looking through our work. We are busy working on our next theme based on 'Cabinets of Curiosities' and hope to show this work next year. We also have a site-specific exhibition at the National Coal Mining museum, Wakefield in January.

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