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enter This exhibit has been produced by the Swansea based textile group Itchy Fingers Textiles, who exhibit annually at a number of venues around South Wales. During the Dylan Thomas celebrations of 2014 they created a model village using felt and other materials, that was exhibited as a show piece at the Taliesin Art Centre in Swansea University Grounds. It has since been exhibited at venues such as the County Hall in Swansea & the Dylan Thomas Centre. It was also used as a symbolic image at the Swansea Festival of Stitch celebrations in 2016.
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