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Arts & Entertainment | 30th May 2024
 

Wondrous woven magic of Tarras Valley textile creation

 
 
The Creation Mill and Langholm Initiative team
 

Tweed, embroidery and felt make up this fabric gift

Emma Duncan of Creation Mill has just handed over a work of art to Iain Craig of Community Land Scotland to help celebrate 100 years of community land ownership.
Emma and her team of staff and volunteers created a piece depicting the Tarras Valley with the hills made from local tweed and which included lots of felted
and embroidered pieces of animals, birds and plants. The Common Riding emblems are included as is the Langholm monument.

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