Members' Projects

Guild of St Clare members have been completing all sorts of personal projects, especially in the Coronavirus lockdowns. Let us know what you have been up to!

See our members' projects under this label. 

Michael Dennison has recently completed this most accomplished chalice veil and burse as a gift for Fr Mark Naughton. 

The winner of our 2020 sponsorship to the Royal School of Needlework (an anonymous religious) has completed the second module of the Certificate Course, Canvaswork

A new junior recruit, Agathe, has made an exquisite patchwork scarf for her Luna Lapin

Fr Stephen has once again furnished the altar in the chapel at St Philip's Priory with beautiful new pieces made out of disintegrating old vestments

Lucy and James have both made several Christmas gifts for children

The winner of our 2020 sponsorship to the Royal School of Needlework (an anonymous religious) has completed the first module of the Certificate Course, Jacobean Crewelwork

Claire Fitzgerald has been experimenting with Carrickmacross lace

James Sharpe has completed stitching his Jacobean Crewelwork piece for the Royal School of Needlework Certificate Course.

Lucy has completed and delivered three sets of faldstool covers in green, black and Roman purple, to Fr Robinson at Corpus Christi, Maiden Lane, on behalf of the Latin Mass Society

Fr Stephen has made another tabernacle veil! Once again all the fabric and trims are upcycled from other, worn-out liturgical furnishings. The couching down the front is a beautiful, understated embellishment.

James Sharpe has created a beautiful needle case for his newly-discovered platinum-plated needles.

Luna Lapin fever is rife in the Guild of St Clare ranks: there's no cure but you can palliate the symptoms with a few visits to the CoolCrafting shop! Lucy Shaw has made the full set of Luna Lapin and friends:

And James Sharpe has made Luna:

Fr Stephen Morrison OPraem has completed a violet travelling stole.

Submitted as part of Lucy's studies at the Royal School of Needlework, just before the lockdown, her embroidered dodo, a tribute to the Oxford dodo.

Lucy completed this appliqué as part of her studies for the Royal School of Needlework diploma.

Monogrammed scissor fobs, to keep sewing scissors safe from wanton paper usage! By Lucy Shaw.

A white cope in honour of St Anthony's feast day on 13th June 2019, made by Lucy Shaw.

Embroidered Brown Scapulars made at the St Catherine's Trust Summer School.

Coffin pall for Requiem Masses, made by Lucy Shaw.


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