The Textile Societyís
Manchester Antique Textile Fair - Sunday 30th April 2017
firm favourite for dealers and discerning collectors,
the Textile Societyís Manchester Antique Textile Fair
has something for everyone and is Ďthe
eventí you simply canít afford to miss.
yearís show is sewn up and set to be very special because
not only is it our 25th
Antique Textile Fair in Manchester
but we will also
be celebrating the 100th anniversary of Lucienne Day.
textile designer Lucienne Day was the Societyís first
president, who whilst presiding for 10 years, created
the prestigious Lucienne Day Award for innovative textile
to celebrate this momentous milestone by joining us
with your family or friends to explore a perfect blend
of over 80 exhibitors showcasing everything fabric -
stunning antique textiles, clothes and haberdashery
from around the world.
sure to pick up a bargain and be inspired by our student
Bursary Award candidates/winners,selected guilds,
museums and organisations sharing their ideas with you,
through fascinating talks and displays.
located at the Armitage Centre on the University of
Manchesterís campus; this venue is easily accessible
via train, tram, bus or road, offers free parking, disabled
access and on-site organic catering.
miss the opportunity to be part of this exciting occasion,
for more information, please visit the Textile Society
website www.textilesociety.org.uk/events - see you there!
Museum of East Anglian Life
Way - Opposite Asda, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 1DE,
Tel. 01449 612229
Fabric and French Knots: Celebrating East Anglia in
Fabric and French Knots' is an exhibition of new work
by members of local > Embroiderers' Guild groups
in Suffolk and Essex.
It will run at the Museum
of East Anglian Life, Stowmarket from 1 May to 29 October
opening: 25 March - 29 October 2017
to Sat 10.00 - 16.30
11.00 - 16.30
Bank holiday Mondays and Mondays in the school holidays
10.00 - 16.30 The exhibition is free with admission
to the site.
details see www.eastanglianlife.org.uk/Visitus
and 'Get togethers' are exactly that - they are an informal
way of getting TSG members to meet each other.
ups' take place to view exhibitions or specific events
and 'Get togethers' take place at a TSG members house
(usually on a Saturday) and involve 'show 'n' tell',
helping each other, and lots of friendship and fun! 'Meet-ups'are usually
free - except for admission charges where applicable.
For' Get togethers', members normally bring a plate,
i.e. a food dish - usually dessert...
All TSG members are always welcome - just let Linda
know if you wish to come along and she will give you