What’s On Next
NIPG Next Meeting
Sat Feb 1st 2020
Speaker: Ruth Brown (Stone Creek Textiles)
Half Day Workshop with Ruth Brown
Making a Hardback A6 Notebook
Sunday 2nd February
All Day Workshop with Ruth Brown
Making an A5 Coptic Stitched Sketch Book
The NIPG usually meets on the 1st Sat of the month.
Our venue is usually the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum, Cultra. However, please note that there are Saturdays when Cultra have special events.
We’ll keep you informed.
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Hello Everyone BRING YOUR MUG TO THE MEETING We know that some people are particular about starting Christmas celebrations or even mentioning Christmas too early. Others, of course, would celebrate it all year round. Now, as we hold our meetings … Continue reading
Working on The Game of Thrones (GoT) tapestry On 26th June, I received an email from the Guild asking for volunteers to hand embroider a “very important piece – fabulous fabric – specially made” at the Ulster Folk and Transport … Continue reading
Members and friends Spring is well and truly here with lots of blossom and buds on the trees. The May meeting is on Saturday 6 May in St Dorotheas, Gortland Park Belfast [Postcode is BT5 7NQ, for your SatNav Situated … Continue reading
Here’s a message from our Chair, Brenda Richardson. Hi Everyone Well the summer is almost over and I noticed the other day that the nights are also drawing in. I hope you have all had a good summer and got … Continue reading
An exciting announcement was made at our AGM, Joy McCormick’s grandson, Patrick Huston had just been selected to represent Team GB in Archery at Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Patrick, born in Belfast, attended Campbell College and was a founding member of … Continue reading
Click here to access Jayne McClenaghan’s Blog on Gail Lawther Delighted to have Jayne’s permission to link to her blog post on the NIPG Gail Lawther workshop. Jayne is doing her City and Guilds Part 2, in which she has to study … Continue reading