Looking back on May and June!

Looking back over May and June, there’s been lots happening!  Here is a little snapshot!

In early May I attended an amazing workshop with German felter Heidi Greb and created an amazing waistcoat!!

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The weekend of 21-22 May was the Mayfly Exhibition  in aid of charity.

Very successful with lots of fun and sales.


Schools Workshop – June

Students had fun designing and creating their own “post cards”


Current and Upcoming Exhibitions that I am exhibiting in:

  • Black Swan Frome – 30th Anniversary 1000 Post Cards



  • Rum’s Eg Romsey, Summer Open:

http://www.hampshireartandcraft.org/  Picture


  • Plain Arts Summer Exhibition, Summer Exhibition:

Summer Open



Courses/Events that I am teaching/taking part in:

Felting Short Courses at 21a New Street, Salisbury SP1 2PH:

Fun, Friendly Feltmaking – 

Fri 15 July – Small Cushion Cover 10-1pm £30+ materials

Friday 13 August – Wet felt and fabric – making a needle case, book cover or picture 10-1pm £30 + materials.

Only 5 places so book early to avoid disappointment!  Tea and cake provided!

Contact ; 07771855196 or suziegutteridge@gmail.com



SAC Felting with Suzie Gutteridge 10 week course:

19 Sept – 28 Nov (not 24 Oct)  Sign Up now open for this course at Salisbury Arts Centre.

A ten week course open to all levels and abilities. Discover a range of techniques and processes using both wet and needle felting. The initial weeks focus on teaching techniques that can then be expanded upon and incorporated into projects in the later sessions as you explore your own ideas.

19 Sept – 28 Nov (not 24 Oct) – £84 plus materials




Berrycroft Hub Open Day – Saturday 16 July



step in stone – Salisbury Arts Centre

Thursday 18 August – Saturday 24 September


step in stone Thursday 18 August – Saturday 24 September. This exhibition tells the story of a unique event held in the summer of 2015, comprising fourteen artists with connections to South West England including two from Wiltshire and from as far afield as Norway and Australia. They created a series of site-specific artworks in response to the nature of quarries and their place in the environment, cultural and industrial heritage of the region.




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