Popularity of needlework prompts start of new Exmouth group

PUBLISHED: 11:03 13 February 2009 | UPDATED: 10:29 10 June 2010

FANS of all things needlework have flocked to the first Exmouth Sewing Society meeting, and its popularity has guaranteed a weekly group.

FANS of all things needlework have flocked to the first Exmouth Sewing Society meeting, and its popularity has guaranteed a weekly group.

The Exmouth Sewing Society (ESCKAPES) has announced that from February 25 it is to hold weekly sessions every Wednesday at Brixington Community Church, from 10am until 12.30pm

The cost of each session is £2.50, to include a cup of coffee.

A host of skills will be on offer, from appliqué, weaving, cross stitch, knitting and Torchon lace.

Anyone attending is encouraged to take along their current project, or start something new.

For more information, contact Celia Rustom on (01395) 263129.


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