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Liz Hewitt

Experimental Embroiderer

Liz’s creative journey started at an early age, and she has been stitching in one form or another ever since.

Liz cannot imagine a life without cloth.  Cloth is the silent companion of us all; used to protect, comfort and decorate. Working with fabric has become an essential part of her life: and when stitched and embellished it embodies her thoughts and emotions

Liz draws her inspiration from the relationship between humanity and nature, in particular the customs and ways in which mankind relates to trees in everyday life. Trees have a powerful presence in the landscape and have always played a significant role in our lives. The beliefs of the Ancient Celts that trees can inspire, soothe and sustain us spiritually and physically have been a major influence on her creative life.

“Cloth is known for its capacity to absorb, record and reflect qualities of time and place, of maker and moment”

Belinda Von Mengersen


C&G Further & Adult Education Teachers Certificate

C&G 7900 Embroidery Part I & II

C&G 7900 Patchwork & Quilting Part I & II

C&G 7802 Passementerie

OCN Drawing & Painting Level 2

Professional Development

Embroidery Masterclass with Hilary Bower 2001 – 2005

Embroidery Masterclass with Julia Capara 2005 –  2008

Membership of Textile related Organisations:


Gordano Textile Artists



1999  Sue Belton Award – Quilters Guild of the British Isles


Patchwork & Quilting December 2009

HSZ – Netherlands December 2009


Nature in Art Museum & Art Gallery, Gloucestershire   May 2017

Nature in Art Museum & Art Gallery, Gloucestershire   October 2018