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Threads of Life: Clare Hunter and Janice Forsyth in Discussion
9th March at 12:30 pm - 3:00 pmFree
‘Sewing is a way to mark our existence on cloth: patterning our place in the world, voicing our identity, sharing something of ourselves with others and leaving the indelible evidence of our presence in stitches held fast by our touch.’ Clare Hunter
Threads of Life: Clare Hunter and Janice Forsyth in Discussion, Saturday 9th March, 12.30pm to 3pm, Free
This is an introduction to Clare Hunter’s first book Threads of Life, an exploration of the significance of sewing through time and across cultures. Janice Forsyth will be in discussion with Clare about how she came to write the book, sharing its themes and stories and reading extracts.
Threads of Life will be published in February 2019 by Sceptre, an imprint of Hodder and & Stoughton. Price £20, hardcover. £13.00 Kindle edition.
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