Category Archives: Fabric

Fabric rescue!

Julie, aka Ruby Gingham, is an expert at seeing the potential in fabric other people might walk past… There are lots of garments out there which are dated, perhaps old-fashioned, and not in a good, retro, way. Maybe they’re a

Fabric rescue!

Julie, aka Ruby Gingham, is an expert at seeing the potential in fabric other people might walk past… There are lots of garments out there which are dated, perhaps old-fashioned, and not in a good, retro, way. Maybe they’re a

Weaving the seashore

Kathryn Parry’s work is almost impossible to categorise – she mixes weaving, crochet and stitching to create something completely unique. She’s inspired by the landscape, and particularly by the sea and the shore – in Anglesey, specifically, at the moment,

Weaving the seashore

Kathryn Parry’s work is almost impossible to categorise – she mixes weaving, crochet and stitching to create something completely unique. She’s inspired by the landscape, and particularly by the sea and the shore – in Anglesey, specifically, at the moment,

Weaving your self

Weaving is one of the most ancient of crafts, and there will be three different weavers at the Harlech Fibre and Fabric Fair in three weeks’ time. Saori weaving is a Japanese approach, one which stresses individuality, expression and the

Weaving your self

Weaving is one of the most ancient of crafts, and there will be three different weavers at the Harlech Fibre and Fabric Fair in three weeks’ time. Saori weaving is a Japanese approach, one which stresses individuality, expression and the

Print the Fibre and Fabric Fair

Or an owl, or an elephant, or all sorts of things: Nerys will be encouraging us all to make quite a mess with colour and fabric. It’s huge amounts of fun, and Nerys is a great teacher (she is one,

Print the Fibre and Fabric Fair

Or an owl, or an elephant, or all sorts of things: Nerys will be encouraging us all to make quite a mess with colour and fabric. It’s huge amounts of fun, and Nerys is a great teacher (she is one,

Meet the Maker: Mo Couper

Mo Couper (also known as Mo Bach) makes beautiful pieces of jewellery. They are delicate hand-embroidered pictures, worked on felt made by Sue Terrey, who was with us at the Fibre and Fabric Fair last year. Mo went to Southend

Meet the Maker: Mo Couper

Mo Couper (also known as Mo Bach) makes beautiful pieces of jewellery. They are delicate hand-embroidered pictures, worked on felt made by Sue Terrey, who was with us at the Fibre and Fabric Fair last year. Mo went to Southend

Nearly there!

It’s less than a month to the Fibre and Fabric Fair – Saturday and Sunday, 23 and 24 July, in the Memorial Hall. So what will be there? Well, this year we have: knitting and spinning free machine embroidery two types of

Nearly there!

It’s less than a month to the Fibre and Fabric Fair – Saturday and Sunday, 23 and 24 July, in the Memorial Hall. So what will be there? Well, this year we have: knitting and spinning free machine embroidery two types of

Fibre and Fabric for 2016!

It’s been a while since Christmas, and we’re almost recovered from a really successful Fair… and now it’s the run-up to the Fibre and Fabric Fair. And maybe the weather will decide it’s heading towards summer, too. Fingers crossed. Gobeithio. Anyway,

Fibre and Fabric for 2016!

It’s been a while since Christmas, and we’re almost recovered from a really successful Fair… and now it’s the run-up to the Fibre and Fabric Fair. And maybe the weather will decide it’s heading towards summer, too. Fingers crossed. Gobeithio. Anyway,