Eli Chamberlain stitched neatly together pieces of red, white and blue woven fabric with flat fell seams to replicate a Turner's pennant, based on the original 1950's design. Eli is a retired designer/stylist, with a career including design of stage and television costumes and latterly the owner of a bridal fashion shop.
A hoist line (length of rope) with a toggle and eye at either end was spliced Jerry Canham, a retired tug boat skipper. This was stitched into the cloth heading (sleeve) edge of the pennant flag. The pennant can be attached to a cane and this will be flown aloft on special occasions.
Both Eli and Jerry are available for textile work or rope splicing, please contact us.