Tag Archives: Scotland’s Tapestry

The Great Tapestry of Scotland… again

The Great Tapestry of Scotland was completed in the summer and currently holds the record for being the world’s longest embroidered work. It attracted some 30,000 people when it first went on show during August at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, … Continue reading

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Scotland’s Tapestry: Launch 2 September

What a treat to join hundreds of other stitchers today. We gathered at the Scottish Parliament to view the tapestry in all its splendour: 164 panels, 300 miles of wools, 60,000 hours of sewing, not to mention the extraordinary input … Continue reading

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The Ghaists ‘i the Air: more on the Tapestry Panel

Part of the enjoyment of this tapestry project has been the time spent researching the so-called badges that will be added to along the top of each panel.  Our panel – which I’ve written about before – is on the … Continue reading

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