Textile Treasures - fingers crossed!
The Textile Treasures exhibition had been due to open at Norwich Castle Museum on January 4, but of course was not able to do so because of the lockdown,
However it is hoped that it will still get a slot later this year.
Textile Treasures is a celebration of inspiring textiles and their makers, their personal histories, creativity and craft from Norwich Castle's nationally-important collection.
The exhibition, which is supported by the C&TA, includes 30 extraordinary examples of patchwork, applique, and embroidery.
Find out more about Textile Treasures
The Costume & Textile Association is an independent charity seeking to promote the unique costume and textile collection of the Norfolk Museums Service.
Norwich is a fine city whose heritage owes much to the textile industry which brought wealth to the city between the twelfth and eighteenth centuries.
The legacy can still be enjoyed today: Norwich is still enriched by the different styles, culture, architecture and language that can be traced back to the ‘Strangers’ who came from the Low Countries to work in the textile industry.
The Costume and Textile Association (C&TA) is a lively organisation bringing together people who are keen to support and learn more about the history and development of costume and textiles.
Find out more about us, and read our mission statement, constitution and data protection policy.
The C&TA works to raise money for the museums service, but is independent of it.
Over the last three decades Costume and Textile Association members have contributed more than £100,000 to enable the Norfolk Museums Service to extend and improve its costume and textile collection.
Find out more about our donations
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