The Knitting and Stitching Show 2014, Alexandra Palace, London – Part 3 – WW1 Remembered

At textile exhibitions, I find there are generally one or two pieces of work that I find myself drawn to. It might be it’s construction, colour, techniques incorporated, or textures created that lure me in.

The following piece was so stunning. I was going to include it in one of my previous posts, but it is so unique, it needs a post all of its own to be appreciated fully.
This is a piece in memory of the fallen in WW1…. which was a running theme at the Show this Centenary year.
Created by Susan Canfield called “Time held me Green and Dying”  from textile group Between the Lines: East Anglia Stitch Textiles.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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