' Embroidered tales and woven dreams'.
UPDATE - you can read what the rest of the group got up to in Margaret C's blogpost
Being half term , London was packed with excited children ! It took a long time to settle , surrounded by such gorgeous textiles, but in the end attempted to capture the different textures of the fabric, basketry, wood and shadows of these stools from Baluchistan.
I definitely need to return to study the exhibition in more detail and perhaps even get round to using the coloured pencils and pens I'd brought with me to record them
I left relatively early to return to Faversham, meeting up with Ian for an early dinner at ASK before heading to the Alexander Centre for recording of 'Gardeners Question Time' . The modest ticket price included a glass of wine and if you wished you could write out a question for the panel.
It was both great fun and informative. They were recording 2 episodes and for each chose 8-9 questions from those submitted including mine on suggestions for wildlife friendly garden when you only have thin turf over rubble and serious soil envy! It will be broadcast on 24 March.