The Lady Sew and Sew Warehouse is located in the gorgeous town of Henley on Thames. Come and visit us, and then why not have afternoon tea or lunch in the town?
Check out the Henley Tourist Office for lots of great places to stay.
Warehouse Opening Hours
Visit our fabulous 8000 sq. ft. Fabric and Yarn Warehouse, the largest in Europe, packed full of over 15,000 fabrics and simply hundreds of different yarns!
We open our Warehouse to the public on weekdays, Monday to Friday, 10am until 4pm.
We also open on a limited number of special weekends, when we hold events and exhibitions that are super special!
Contemporary Fabric Art Exhibition – Old Fire Station Gallery – Henley 0n Thames, RG9 2AG – 24th to 29th August 2017
If you are looking for something to do over the August bank holiday, Lady Sew and Sew are sponsoring an exhibition hosted by Fiona Hayward and Feltmaker Gwen in the Old Fire Station in Henley from the 24th to the 29th August 10am to 6pm, with a preview evening on the 23rd, , 7.30pm to 9.30 pm. The exhibition will include a collection of patchwork and quilted items, wearable felted art and some small pieces of upholstered furniture.
Gwen is a Feltmaker based in Sonning Common, a member of the International Feltmakers Association. She has been felting and contributing to exhibitions since 2010. Gwen enjoys learning new felting techniques and continues to be inspired by the vast range of colours available to work with and often experiments with different methods. She primarily uses merino fibre but also likes to work with local fleeces such as Oxford Down, Jacob and Llewyn. Her specialisations are seamless felt and Nuno felt creating wearable art pieces such as hats, bags, scarves, collars and jewellery and also three dimensional structures, vessels and paintings.
Fiona Hayward is based in Ipsden, Oxfordshire and has been doing patchwork and quilting for over 20 years. She loves fabric and enjoys putting different colours and patterns together to create quilts, cushions, wall hangings, table runners etc. Fiona particularly enjoys making Bargello quilts because of the mix of fabrics, light to dark and the movement created. She also does some upholstery giving old pieces of furniture a new lease of life, again using lovely fabrics.