Needlecraft

Overview

This is another of the visual arts sections for all age groups. This section gives the opportunity for anyone interested in needlework to create their own pieces of work and submit them for adjudication. All pieces of work are then exhibited in Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery for approximately one month

Section Secretaries

Mrs N. S. Singh
Tel : (024) 76341690   Email: [email protected]

Mrs R. Loughran
Tel : (024) 76315615    Email: [email protected]

Needlecraft Syllabus Download

Download the section syllabus here: Needlecraft Syllabus 2019 (PDF format)

To open the PDF file you may need to install Adobe Reader or for older/slower computers try instead the lightweight Foxit PDF Reader.

Each section syllabus includes the rules, conditions of entry, classes and other information. To download the full syllabus containing ALL sections, please see the full syllabus page.

Dates for the diary

Most Needlecraft Section events take place at Museum & Art Gallery, Riversley Park Nuneaton.

Needlecraft Entries Accepted2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Sunday 7th April 2019
Needlecraft Entries Accepted1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Monday 8th April 2019
Adjudication Tuesday 9th April 2019
Exhibition Opens10:30 a.m.Saturday 13th April 2019
Exhibition Closes4:00 p.m.Sunday 5th May 2019
Collection Day1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m.Tuesday 7th May 2019
NB Monday 5th is a bank holiday
Presentation of Awards
*Note new venue
4:30 p.m. *Chilvers Coton Heritage Centre, Avenue Road, Nuneaton CV11 4LUTuesday 7th May 2019

Trophies and awards

The Soroptimist CupBest Entry in Adult Class
The Dress CupBest Entry in Dressmaking
The Danielle Haddon CupBest Entry in Kit Class
The Textile CupBest Entry in Disabled Class
The Beryl & Stan Thompson TrophyBest Entry Depicting local scenes or a Special Anniversary This Year
The Knitting TrophyBest Entry for Hand or Machine Knitting
The Junior CupBest Entry Under 18’s
Inner Wheel Club of Bedworth Needlecraft ShieldBest Entry Group Under 18’s
*George Eliot TrophySee syllabus for details.

*To celebrate George Eliot’s Bicentenary. See syllabus for details.