Sue Lancaster2022-04-23T12:38:34+01:00

Sue Lancaster

As a textile artist I use machine embroidery to create decorative and functional works. I am a Fellow of the Society of Designer Craftsmen.

I have worked as a textile artist since graduating in embroidery from Loughborough in 1975. I have taught at all levels and pursued my own practice throughout this time. In 2020 I decided to stop teaching in order to concentrate on exhibiting and selling my work. I have been a member of the Society of Designer Craftsmen (first started by William Morris and Walter Crane) since 1996 and was awarded a Fellowship with them in 2013 for my services to textiles. My philosophy is very much inline with the original Arts and Crafts Movement and I take pride in producing well designed and crafted work which is fit for purpose. The purpose of my works can be decorative, as in wall hung work expected for a domestic setting, or functional, as in fashion accessories. All my work develops from observational drawings and paintings, usually of the land or sea.

Studio visits

My studio will be open for visits on the following days:

  • Sunday May 1st
  • Monday May 2nd
  • Saturday May 7th
  • Sunday May 8th

About my studio

My studio is upstairs in an old building. I will be creating machine embroidered surfaces on a very fast machine.

  • Visitors to the studio will be able to buy my work
  • I’m happy to undertake commissions – please ask!

Contact me

Studio location

Stitched Up and Fleeced Studio
49 Nethergreen Road
S11 7EH

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