Farfield is top of textile tree

This is the title used by the Westmoreland Gazette in relation to Farfield Mill at Sedbergh.

“FARFIELD Mill is recognised as the leading venue for textile arts in the north west.

Housed in a wonderfully restored Victorian woollen mill nestling between the Lake District and the Yorkshire Dales, in the shadow of the glorious Howgill fells, last year, the vibrant arts and heritage centre staged several must-see exhibitions – and this year’s programme is shaping up to be equally as good.”

You can read the full article here.

As part of Metaphor textile group I’m currentlty exhibiting at the mill and was chuffed to see that one of my pieces had made it into the article. Below are a few more images to tantalise you.




Our exhibition is on now until 3rd May. Farfield Mill is a lovely place to visit, in a great setting and has a cafe. get yourselves out for a day.

P.S. read the website before you go, you can reduce your admission cost with the use of a password!


3 Replies to “Farfield is top of textile tree”

  1. OOh how exciting Angela!
    Have really enjoyed the journey through your trees!
    Hope there are lots of visitors to the exhibition…inspired by all the fabulous fibre art!
    Ali x

  2. I went to have a look on Easter Sat – it was a lovely exhibition, and great to see the trees “in person”, having seen them on your blog. The lunar tree was particularly lovely, I thought.

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