Weekend Spotlight on

Four exhibitors



After a long career as a languages teacher, Jaqui did a two year course in stained glass inspired by the gorgeous colours of modern glass installations in London and elsewhere, especially those of Marc Chagall and Brian Clarke. Her love of colour, texture and form led he increasingly towards mosaics for the home, in particular mirrors and bowls.


Jaqui then found she could play with colour equally well with wool and embarked on several felt making courses, including one at the CityLit. 3D felt making has inspired her to produce several quirky hand felted vases, which satisfies her love of both felt and glass.

She has also re-discovered crochet and enjoys using wool dyed by indie dyers to make unique accessories such as shawls, scarves and wristwarmers.

Pickle Lily 


Making Cute Things.... Using fabric and wool mix felt to create knitting and sewing gifts and accessories, as well as cute things to keep little hands happy. Jo is always happy to accept commissions

Paper Stories



Hand dyed yarns and special gifts by Paula.

North Herts Guild of Spinners, Weavers, and Dyers


The North Herts Guild supports the preservation, improvement and promotion of craftsmanship in hand weaving, spinning and dyeing.

We meet at the Letchworth Settlement 229 Nevells Road, SG6 4UB at 7.45pm on the 1st and 3rd Thursdays of the month.

Guild membership fees are £35 per year, plus £2 per evening meet (includes tea/coffee/biscuits).

Non-members welcome (£4 per evening meet includes tea/coffee/biscuits)

We’re a small friendly guild, with a lot of spinners, some weavers and a few dyers.

Patricia Harris