National Celebration of Stitch Day

Family Event
Sat 22nd June 2019 to Sat 22nd June 2019
National Celebration of Stitch Day

Come and say Hello! to the ladies of Hull & East Riding Embroiderer's Guild, as they take part in National Celebration Of Stitch Day.

You will find them in The Orangery from 10am and in The Great Hall from 12pm, where they will be working on a variety of their embroidery and textile art projects.
Have a chat, ask questions... and have a go yourself!
There will be some small activities for you and the kids to try.
And for inspiration, our 'Travelling Books' are a feast for the eyes.

Contact Information:

Joy Swift: Visitor Services Manager

T: 01964 508163


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