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Member Projects During Coronavirus Isolation - Gallery


Stella Tratt from Knowle (Bristol Castle) Guild keeping active with YouTube exercise videos. Sheila Fraser from Uplands and District (Bristol) Guild made these scrub bags, masks and extensions. Linda Nicholls from Uplands and District (Bristol) Guild made these crochet squares into a blanket. Linda Nicholls from Uplands and District (Bristol) Guild made an NHS bear. He’s off to her old radiology department at Bristol Royal infirmary. Linda Nicholls from Uplands and District (Bristol) Guild made these hearts and face mask extenders for her local hospital the BRI in Bristol. Linda Cox, of Cambridge Queen Edith Afternoon, has been painting while in isolation. Here is one of her pieces of artwork. Jan Spiby from Lutterworth Guild enjoys painting stones. While in isolation she has painted quite a few! Jan Spiby from Lutterworth Guild painted this Cacti stone for a fellow member who loves succulents. Jan Spiby from Lutterworth Guild was inspired to paint another stone by the amazing Captain Tom Moore who has raised so much money for our NHS. Another piece of artwork from Linda Cox of Cambridge Queen Edith Afternoon. Linda Nicholls from Uplands and District (Bristol) Guild made afternoon tea for herself and husband! Kathy Leonard from Maidenhead Highway Eve started this embroidered runner a few years ago and always thought she would finish it when she had the time!  Now she has plenty of time so has restarted it! Pauline Farnsworth from Chesterfield Evening contacted us with a photograph of her beautiful Blackwork.  Originally she started it in 2016 but it was left while she did other things, she recently finished it during this lockdown period! Marilyn Webb from Uplands and District Guild made 45 red, blue and white poppies for her VE day window display! Linda Nicholls, also from from Uplands and District Guild decorated her window too! Cath Storr from Wetherby Guild has been making her own cards during lockdown! Another card from Cath Storr of Wetherby Guild Here is Pam Smith from Fleet Morning Guild, showing the display she made outside her house for V E Day. It was much admired by passers by! Cath Storr from Wetherby Guild has been busy with embroidery projects during lockdown. Another embroidery from Cath Storr. Jill Miller from Farnborough Clockhouse Guild started this quilt whilst she was pregnant with her youngest daughter, who is now 41! During lockdown Jill has finally finished it!  A true labour of love! Pearl Crane of Collier Row Guild has been busy knitting for the Neonatal Unit at Queens Hospital in Romford during lockdown. Otley Guild knit and natter group have carried on knitting at home, with less nattering than at the coffee morning! Janet Tublin from Rickmansworth Evening Guild was invited to take part in The Ascend Charity, Isolation blanket project to record her thoughts during lockdown. When normal life returns the blanket will be exhibited locally. Here is a photo of members of Dronfield Woodhouse TG - Pam Shaw, Sue Nelmes, Jo Fox, Anna Swift - who have been sewing face masks for key workers with a local group since the beginning of lockdown. Marjorie  Brand, Secretary of Portchester Evening is photographed giving a quantity of Twiddlemuffs to Jean Kelly of the community hub in Portchester. Gail Henson of Mountsorrel Guild (75 this year) knitted this square representing what TG means to her. The square plus 48 others, will be used to make a wall hanging at the Memorial Hall. Townswomen in Bournemouth knitted PPE wearing bears which were given to Southampton Children's services. The bears aim to make children more comfortable with personal protective equipment.

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