I came across the following article by Carol Naylor. Given the ERTF's forthcoming Exhibition the selection process involved, I thought it worth passing on here. Lots of good common sense, practical information. Please click HERE for the article courtesy of TextileArtist.org
Beverley (ERTF Website Manager)
Thursday, 30 May 2013
Saturday, 4 May 2013
Our next visit will be to The Manor, Hemingford Grey on Thursday 30th May. We will meet in the morning and spend time in the beautiful garden sketching and photographing the wonderful collection of old roses and irises - usually in full bloom in May/June.
We will have a shared picnic by the river and at 2.30 a tour of the amazing and atmospheric house, which is said to be the oldest continuously inhabited house in the U.K. It was the home of Lucy Boston who wrote the Green Knowe children's books and also houses her collection of patchwork quilts.
Everyone (member and non-member) is welcome to join us.
For more details contact me - Pat Brunsdon firstname.lastname@example.org