Arts & Culture
Inspire Community Open Exhibition 2022: Call out for Nottinghamshire artists
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The 2021 exhibition gathered all the mini Robin Hood hat donations together, to show off their wonderful wooliness and celebrate the skill and generosity of Nottinghamshire knitters and crocheters. The tiny hats could be seen from 20 July to 25 September 2021 in Edwinstowe Library and at Sherwood Forest Visitor Centre, both venues are on Robin's home turf.
Thank you - to a merry band of Nottinghamshire crafters for skilfully knitting and crocheting an awesome number of wonderfully woolly Robin Hood Hats, you have supported this year's charity challenge with your time and generosity - you are all amazing!
Thank you - for all the support and enthusiasm the project has received from Nottinghamshire's fabulously creative independent wool shops.
Thank you - to the talented Juliet Bernard, for designing the special patterns.
Why not pick up some knitting needles or a crochet hook and get making, download Juliet Bernard's tiny Robin Hood hat patterns and follow her helpful 'How To' videos for knit and crochet versions.
Click on Knittinghamshire to find the patterns.
Knitting and crochet are great skills to learn, we hope the Inspire Charity Knitting Challenge Exhibition will inspire you to have a go. There's a range of Online Leisure and Culture Courses from Learning and Skills to suit new and more experienced knitters and crocheters. Click here to find a course.
Inspired to start knitting? Get Knitting! Bracelets and Scarves with Juliet Bernard
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