Pebble Mill at One Tapestry

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This article is from the Pebble Mill at One book from the 1985-6 season, and gives details about the large tapestry which was sewn by viewers, and far exceeded what had been originally envisaged. The heritage tapestry was the brainchild of designer Kaffe Fassett, and was acquired by the Duchess of Devonshire for display at Chatsworth House. The tapestry was made up of six inch squares, completed by viewers of the programme. Marian sewed her own square, depicting the North East of her childhood. A second tapestry was displayed at Harewood House in Yorkshire, and an additional panel was displayed in one of the corridors at Pebble Mill, but I don’t know what happened when the building closed in 2004.

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