2015 Exhibition – Waste nothing – Finding a Home for the Discarded

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Helena Timms - Most Inniovative use of materials

Karen Firmin-Cooper – Most Innovative use of materials

Brenda Gibson - Winner Complex Weavers award

Brenda Gibson – Winner Complex Weavers award

Christine Eborall - Best in Show

Christine Eborall – Best in Show

Jenifer Midgely - Highly Commended

Jenifer Midgely – Highly Commended

Eve Alexander - Highly Commended

Eve Alexander – Highly Commended

Sales Area

Sales Area

Penny Penton

Penny Penton

Wendy Morris

Wendy Morris

Marilyn Burton

Marilyn Burton

Joey freeman

Joey Freeman

Pat Wilson

Pat Wilson

Hanging the 2015 exhibition at St Martin-in-the Fields

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2013 Summer Exhibition

A Field of Cloths

Our Exhibition of Handspun, Handwoven and Dyed Textiles inspired by Africa, China and India ran from 20th August – 15th September 2013, at The Gallery in the Crypt at St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square London

A record number of visitors enjoyed the exhibition and the many comments we had were all positive.

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Still Life Striped by Myka Baum

Still Life Ikat by Myka Baum

National Exhibition 16th – 27th July 2012

Some of the rings our members have woven to join with others from all the Guilds in a special area at this exhibition.

Woven rings

Diamond Exhibition  2010

Some photos from our successful Diamond exhibition held from October 4th-9th 2010 at the Waterloo Action Centre, 14, Baylis Road, London SE1 7AA (just behind Waterloo Station)  Exhibits included many diamond-themed items, as well as a special display of hats from handspun yarns, showcasing members’ innovative and traditional skills. Many items were  available for sale.

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The London Guild has also exhibited and demonstrated spinning and weaving at a variety of commercial shows, such as the Knitting and Stitching Show, Alexandra Palace and Country Living Fairs.