Saturday, 31 March 2012

Marblrough Weavers in the National Exhibition

May I present to you work submitted by Marlborough Weavers:

"Kingfisher", scarf in two layers, Win Currie
"A Walk on the Withers", wall-hanging, Chris Beech
"Save the Forests", rug, by Chris Beech
"Old Gold", scarf, Judy Bool
"Twilight", scarf, centre, June McKenzie
"Wind in the Tussocks", scarf, second right, June McKenzie
"Festival", wall-hanging, Peg Moorhouse. 
"Taranaki", tapestry, Win Currie
"Winter Wonderland", scarf woven in double weave, Judy Bool
"Moon Shadow", scarf, Judy Bool.
"Triple Treat", boxes, Chris Beech. Exquisite. 
"Relishing Red", bag, Tricia Jane 
"Prayers", shawl, Meg Nakagawa

Our own Rose Pelvin was the organizer of this exhibition, and she was pleased with the result, and though she didn't explicitly say it, with the collective efforts of Marlborough Weavers, no doubt.

by Meg

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