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I would greatly welcome some contact with any students in either Australia or NZ plugging along at Part 1. I've at present on Module H and am feeling desperately in need of some encouragement and discussion with likeminded souls.
Dianne Zarifeh <diannezarifeh.hotmail.com>
- Friday, April 09, 2004 at 03:57:57 (BST)
Hello, I've just sent my last module in for part 1 C & G Embroidery and I am feeling very nervous about the assessment exhibition in May. I've still got a lot to put together but I'll get there. Good luck to everybody exhibiting.
Hello! I'm on the level 2 C&G; Embroidery course and have been invited to take part in the May exhibition. I still have a lot of work in progress so I am panicking! I won't have finished the course but have been told that this is fine. Is there anyone else out there taking part who is very nervous too? Would love to hear from you!
Hello- I'm71 and am on Module 2 of Part 2 C.andG Embroidery and am really struggling. I know it's going to take me 6 months - not three! - retiral these days means living a full life with grandchildren etc. - sometimes you wonder how you ever found the time to go out to work. Has anyone out there got passed module 2 - I could so use some chat and help. Margaret.
Thanks Pat, hope your assesment goes well. Will your work be in the display in May? (not really sure how that bit works....trying not to think about it!!)
Keep going Jenny. I'm now on my last module and it's taken me a long time, twice as long as normal, but very enjoyable. I've found it hard going sometimes working on my own. Good luck.
Hello, I am just starting module 3 of embroidery 1, and have a ten week old baby (my first) so am making slow progress. Is there anyone else out there trying to pull off such a stunt? (Particularly in East Kent.)
I am about half way through Part II and have just started on distance learning after moving to Norh Yorkshire to look after my father. Its there any one out there within reach of York or Ripon (my movements are very limited) who would like to meet for coffee and chats? It would be nice to compare notes, at any level in Opus etc.
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Hi, I am on module 3 of c&g; part 1 patchwork and quilting and finding the isolation tough going! I'd love to hear from anyone else on this course.
Hi! I've just started C&G; Language of Embroidery and would love to hear from anyone doing the same course, or any other course! I've been embroidering for years but this is the first time I have applied any artistic skill (i.e. drawing, mark-making on paper etc) and I am finding it enjoyable but rather daunting! Is there anyone else in the same boat?
Hi Everyone, Just signed up for the c+g embroidery part 1. Would love to hear from anyone else who is doing this course to have a good old chat and exchange ideas etc. Look forward to hearing from you.
I have just enrolled in The Language of Drawing and Mark Making (City & Guilds 7802 Certificate in Design & Crafts - Module 1 Light. Is there anyone else undertaking this module/course? Would like to correspond/compare notes.
I've just visited a very inspiring exhibition called Elemental Patterns at Darlington Arts Centre. Part of it is paintings in watercolour and acrylic by an artist from Whitby called Maureen Bryan.The rest are Textile wall hangings, by an artist called Christine Heath from Staithes, near to Whitby. They are absolutely wonderful. The colours of both the paintings and textiles are beautiful. Well worth a visit if you are in that area. The exhibition is on until May 17th.
Best wishes for a happy stitiching year for all! I have an opportunity to visit Prague in February - does anyone know of any 'must visit' places that I should find to view needlework? Thanks Jean
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I've just visited the Royal Armories at Leeds, and in the entrance was the Leeds Millennium Tapestry, which is actually 15 panels and is superb. There are lots of different embroidery techniques used. Well worth a visit.
Have just got back from Canterbury. There is a wonderfull embroidered panel currently on diplay at the library in the centre of the town, worked for the millenium, with a lot of stumpwork and free embroidery, it's very interesting.
I am starting on Embroidery Part I and would like to contact others in South Africa who are doing this and in particular find out where you have been able to resource reference material on the Bayeaux Tapestry. I am in Jhb. Look forward to hearing from you. Happy Stitching. Jean
Hi Everyone, I am starting Embroidery module 1 and I am looking forward to pursuing a lifelong passion. I would like to correspond with anyone (who has the time!) about their experiences with the course.
I'm just finishing module 1 and am currently working in Senegal but with a base in London. As the set book on the Bayeux Tapestry is out of print and Jan Messent's doesn't have actual images I'd like to mention the two editions available through Amazon France.
If you can afford it, 46 Euros, Lucien Musset's La Tapisserie de Bayeux is a superb coffee table book. Even if you don't speak French it has every single scene shown both in detail in large format and where it is in relation to the scenes around it. The quality of reproduction is very good you can even see needle holes and tieing stitches in some of the photos. For French speakers there are 10 chapters of aspects of tapestry (borders, people, buildings, etc) followed by very detailed commentry on each scene at the side of the corresponding illustration - around 250 pages worth.
Alternatively they have the museum guide: La Tapisserie de Bayeux by S Bertrand & S Lemagnen for under 5 Euros. Although not comparable with Musset it has short narrative of each scene plus illustrations of about half the scenes or partial scenes, although some are shown very small.
Hello. I have just started part one Patchwork & Quilting and would love to hear from anyone on the same course
Is there anyone out there who is also doing part two city & guilds embroidery would love to chat sometimes feel isolated. At the moment about to embark on module four
hello I'm visiting Canterbury in early December and was wondering if anyone knows of any embroidery collections in that area. I'm also doing part 1 embroidery, working on module 8. I would be pleased to share thoughts and ideas with others. Pat
Hi, I am also doing Embroidery Part 1 and am just completing Module 4. I am based in Rochester, Kent, and would love to corrspond with other students and share ideas, experiences, etc.
Hello to all!
I'm also doing the C&G; Embroidery 1 program. I am from the US - Ohio to be exact. Have just finished module 3 but will be happy to correspond with anyone doing this this program. Hope to hear from you all soon. You can e-mail me privately if you wish.
I'm a newbie, based in the South of Ireland and I am working on Embroidery 1, module 1 at the moment.
I am looking forward to getting to know you all!
nice to be back on line. Let's hear from everyone doing their embroidery 1.
Have you considered registering for a Ezboard account to run a messaging system on ?
HELLO to everyone on Part 1 Embroidery :)
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