Tremendous feedback for beautiful needlework

MHRA-13-06-12 Needlework Jun25'The Royal School of Needlework have been running their courses at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum for over a year now and holding an exhibition is the culmination of the students hard work. 'Pictured from left, Nichola Jarvis (RSN tutor),Dr Susan Kay- Williams ( chief executive RSN), Rugby Mayor Cllr Kathryn Lawrence, and Sarah Homfray (RSN tutor). showing 1st year students certificate level in gold work ( 2012) in metal threads on silk by Jo Tasker.

MHRA-13-06-12 Needlework Jun25'The Royal School of Needlework have been running their courses at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum for over a year now and holding an exhibition is the culmination of the students hard work. 'Pictured from left, Nichola Jarvis (RSN tutor),Dr Susan Kay- Williams ( chief executive RSN), Rugby Mayor Cllr Kathryn Lawrence, and Sarah Homfray (RSN tutor). showing 1st year students certificate level in gold work ( 2012) in metal threads on silk by Jo Tasker.

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EXQUISITE embroidery has gone on show at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum.

It was created by students on a course run by tutors from the Royal School of Needlework, which holds weekly classes at the venue. They held an exhibition of their work from June 14 to 23.

Patti Jarvis, who is helping promote the group, said: “The feedback was tremendous - the Royal School of Needlework is the creme de la creme.”

Visit royal-needlework.org.uk for more information on the courses.