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Grantham Museum’s 'Embroidery into the 21st Century'

Korbond Industries

Korbond are pleased to have worked with a local museum in Grantham on one of its latest exhibitions entitled 'Embroidery into the 21st Century'. It features the work of 'Layers of Stitch', the Grantham branch of the Embroiderers Guild. The group is one year old, and has celebrated with a display of work ranging from traditional to innovative. Colourful, eclectic and quirky, with some items stitched to remind visitors how much embroidery has changed over the years, there is lots to see.

Christine Robbins, Exhibitions Director stated.'We were delighted that Korbond agreed to support the Museum by funding exhibition costs and providing prizes for the postcard competition. As a Charitable Trust we rely on sponsorship to fund our programme of temporary exhibitions'. The exhibition, which features embroidery in 3D, recycled and revived materials has attracted visitors from far afield, and is inspiring new stitchers. Visitors comments include 'beautiful, inspiring, creative' and 'worth driving 30 miles in the rain!'

One of the highlights of the exhibition is the stitched postcard competition with a Grantham theme. Visitors can continue to for their favourite adult and young stitcher postcard - the winners will be announced on 16th December 2015 and will win a Korbond Sewing Basket. The exhibition continues until the end of January 2016, and is open Thursday to Saturday 10am-4pm.

Please follow the link below to visit the Grantham Museum Website. If you would like to try out some embroidery yourself you can also visit Korbond’s Pinterest, where there is a variety of inspiration to get you started.

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