|Clifton Suspension Bridge|
Briswool is the brain child of Paper Village owner, Vicky Harrison. Who, along with a talented team of knitters and designers, set about to shape the City out of wool. Vicky designed patterns for trees, balloons, sailing boats, foliage and cars and led free workshops for the public to come and help knit a piece. With the help of Elise and Juliette who led workshops on knitting houses and needle felting, the City was soon coming alive.
|Pump House & Bristol Ferry with Gromit|
|College Green, City Hall, The Watershed and the Cathedral|
|The docks & cranes|
Briswool will grow and grow, as Vicky is holding two further free workshops called 'How to Craft a City'. This could be your chance to knit a building. For more information on how to get involved please contact Paper Village.
|Clifton Wood and the docks|
The Briswool exhibition will remain open at Paper Village until the 27th May. After that your next chance to view it will be in October (4th & 5th) at Mshed in the upstairs Studio. By then of course, it will have changed a lot, who knows what they will have immortalised in wool!