For those who are unaware, Crewel embroidery is an ancient form of embroidery used as far back as the middle ages. The first recorded piece of work we can still see is the Bayeux Tapestry which, in fact, is not a tapestry but the most basic stitches used in crewel.
In October 2021 the Group met for the first time in 18 months, at Co-ordinator Gail's house in Ross. We welcomed a prospective new member who we hope will join us, and looked at designs for an exciting new project, in conjunction with a local church, which we expect will get up and running early in 2022.
If you are interested in embroidery, whatever your skill level, and would like to join us, please do get in touch with Gail.