All the ganseys started out the same, and were decorated in a variety of ways. This was recorded on a label attached to each individual gansey, as you can see below.
There were some stunning fish, knit from wire. They were incredibly tactile, and looked fantastic hanging in a shoal.
There were a number of intricate 'pictures' on the walls that drew you in to examine them more closely.
There was a wall hanging that had been produced using contributions from both local and national knitters, as well as from workshops held during the exhibition. It was very bright and cheery! It's going to go on permanent display at the centre.
This little chap made me smile - I wonder where he is going to end up on the wall hanging?!
An awful lot of work has gone into putting on this exhibition, and I enjoyed looking around. I wonder if it has managed to change people's perceptions of knitting at all?!!