List of Stall Holders

This is where our list of stall holders will appear but in the mean time, to get an idea of what to expect from the show, please see our 2019 exhibitors listed below!

Please keep checking back in the weeks running up to the show as we will be adding our fully updated list closer to the event.


Nine textile artists from around the West Midlands will be exhibiting their latest work. From quilted hangings to embroidered and mixed media pieces, the wide range of techniques on show will create a visual feast of contemporary stitched textile art.

Edinburgh Gin

Edinburgh Gin and fruit gin liqueurs.

EGS + G – Melanie Kay

Thinking of consumption as the consuming of ideas and knowledge as well as a material notion, my use of hand stitch, imagery and text is a response to mass advertising and the manufacture of desire.

EGS+G – Fay Jones

The rich textile heritage of Lancashire informed the development of this collection of work based on Victorian cotton mills. Inspiration has been taken from machinery and translated into contemporary textile pieces using laser cut wood and hand stitch.

EGS+G – Jessica Grady

Jessica is a contemporary embroidery artist who creates intricate embellished sculptures and wall art. Her colourful work has been exhibited internationally. she is the Under 30’s Guild Scholar for 2018/19. Jessica also teaches her workshop programme across the UK.

EGS+G – Soldiers in Petticoats

Andover Branch of the Embroiderers’ Guild. Celebrating a century of Women’s Suffrage and the battles fought by women then and now for equality, education and basic human rights – created on vintage handkerchiefs and framed identically, it’s a striking statement about the power and determination of women.

EGS+G Amy Elizabeth Vance

Amy designs intricate 3D embroidery art. Her work is a range of jewellery pieces, framed embroidery art and wearable art. Her current collection is inspired by coral reefs and upcycling materials within embroidery. amy’s embroidery work mimics the movement, textures and colour of Coral Reef through unpredictable materials such as latex gloves and clothing tags.

EGS+G Libbertine Vale

I use stitch as a tool to represent today’s world. I make embroidereis via the medium of free motion sewing. Interaction is key to my practice: I ask questions, turn those threads of discussion into real threads that reflect human nature in their imperfections.

Elegance Natural Skin Care

Family run natural skincare company. All products available mail order.

Elegance Natural Skin Care

Award winning natural skin care available for mail order

Embroiderers Guild

The Guild welcomes everyone with an interest in embroidery and are proud to be recognised as a voice for raising the profile of textile and stitched art. We hold a historical collection, aid research, support students and publish Stitch” and “Embroidery” magazines.”

Embroiderers Guild – 100 Hearts

In conjunction with SSAFA, the Embroiderers Guild is proud to commemorate all those who took part in WW1. This will be a unique and thoughtful exhibition put together to fulfil the hope of a generation not to be forgotten.

Entrance Foyer

Entrance Foyer

Every Crafts a Pound

Quality craft products at only £1 each.