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At a PHT Project meeting in January 2017 a discussion was held by the Committee Members regarding the on going selection of images for stitch. The general agreement was that …

Apr 2017 Read More →

Colour consultation in Gaza


Feb 2017 Read More →

Happy Progress in Gaza

Hekmat, one of our star Gaza embroiderers;  Wafaa, Assistant Field Co-ordinator, Gaza; and Ibrahim, the Project’s Artistic  Designer. You guys are doing a great job. Keep it up please.

Oct 2016 Read More →

For sale……and…..selling well

Limited edition prints of five popular embroidered panels.        Each one is limited to 50 Giclee prints approx. 50 x 30 cm, on mat cotton, coated canvas, ready to frame or mount. Each …

May 2016 Read More →

Just an update

We are fortunate to have very skilled embroiderers stitching for the Palestine History Tapestry [PHT] Project in Gaza, The Naqab, Ramallah, Jordan, and Lebanon. So far, they have completed 17 …

May 2016 Read More →

Choosing images for stitch

On Saturday 30th June there was a meeting to decide on more images to add to those already made for the tapestry.  Embroiderers have been waiting a long time for guidance and we are at …

Jun 2015 Read More →

New Recruits in Lebanon

We are happy to tell you that Mahmoud Zeidan and Riham Khalil both from the village of Safsuf in the Safad district of  Palestine, have joined the project.  They have volunteered to help …

Mar 2015 Read More →

Salaheddin entering Jerusalem 1187

Drawn by Amjad Ghannam an artist from Jerusalem and stitched by Dowlet of the Amari Women’s group in Ramallah

Jan 2015 Read More →

Our newest recruit

Shayma Wahaidi  who is studying for a masters in public health at Oxford Brookes University is the newest recruit to the project. She is advising the UK team at the …

Jan 2015 Read More →

Amazing AGM

Yesterday Sunday 28th September we had our first official AGM.  It went so well. The highlight was the link up with our field coordinators Ibrahim in Gaza Jamila in Doha …

Sep 2014 Read More →