Come along to watch archive film “400 Years of Knitting” at Ruddington Framework Knitter’s Museum on Wednesday 28th September 7pm – all welcome


A machine for knitting socks - you can have a go when the museum is open

Ruddington Framework Knitting Museum and Full Circle are delighted to be screening a film that was made in 1989 and filmed at the  Nottingham Royal, it is a musical extranangaza and explores the history of knitting dating back to the Luddites :

“400 Years of Knitting” is just one of the films that has been conserved as part of the Full Circle project.  We will be watching a copy of the film which has been digitised, and put onto DVD so that the original film can be looked after at the MACE film archive in a climatically controlled environment. In this way films can be preserved for future generations to enjoy.

Admission is FREE and by ticket only from:

Ruddington Framework Knitter’s Museum, Chapel Street, Ruddington, NG11 6HE Please send SAE.

A gift-aided donation to the museum would be appreciated.

Telephone: 0115 984 6914 for more information

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