Committee Meeting of the Broderers Guild March 15th 1937
It was decided that the teachers should be asked to to elect a committee of 3 to judge finished kneelers with power to reject unsuitable ones. Also that members should not be allowed to use the materials of the Guild until their work had been passed by the committee. The teachers undertook to prepare a specimen sample kneeler for inexpert workers.
Mrs Maufe reported that her husband was preparing the designs for the carpet.
The committee decided there should be about a dozen kneelers [which need not be made up] in the Cathedral Hut on April 1st when Queen Mary visits the Cathedral site.
Mr Maufe wanted the kneelers to have straight sides embroidered with the donors names and date, but the workers could see difficulties with this.
Mrs Maufe showed Mr Maufe’s designs for the alms bags.