|The banner on its first outing at the LMS Ely to Walsingham Pilgrimage|
Tuesday 30 August 2011
The Oxford Children's Guild is now well into its second year, and a great deal of work has been accomplished. Earlier posts described the making of smocked bonnets and sleeping bags: here are further pictures of the completed work.
|Baby Grace Lewin, wearing a smocked linen bonnet made by her older sister Marie|
|Marie Lewin and Bridget Auty with their hand quilted sleeping bags|
|Bridget Auty wearing a dress she made herself|
Posted by Queen of Puddings at 03:38
I am very happy to announce the formation of the Guild of St Clare, Birmingham. Its regional co-ordinator is Wendy Doyle, pictured above. The group is learning a formidable list of skills including knitting, vestment repair and dressmaking. Below you can see some of the ladies making bunting.
Posted by Queen of Puddings at 03:32