The exhibition itself was interesting. It is a collection of made objects for all sorts of purposes, including a machine embroidered surgical implant, a full sized 'crochetdermy' bear, a wicker work coffin, a wooden bike, a needle encrusted, leather dress, a swarovski crystal covered low rider bike, one of the original figures from 'The Fantastic Mr Fox, and a coat hanger gorilla.
There were some opportunities to try crafts. I was interested to see needle felting going on. One of the exhibits was a holey jumper, repaired by needle felting patches, I have never thought of doing that and will keep it in mind.
Look at the huge sacks of wool! It makes my collection look quite reasonable!
We extended the continental holiday feel by wandering around the nearby streets, looking for somewhere to eat, and ending up in an Italian restaurant which included some ham in the bruschetta, one of only two vegetarian options. Any vegetarians having visited France, Spain or Italy will know what I mean! I am not one so I had the extremely cheesey lasagne and a big glass of red wine which I enjoyed.