Miss Gunst's lost patch was replaced by Di McDonald, Ele's Mum
Di McDonald, Southampton, Britain. firstname.lastname@example.org, www.nuclearinfo.org
Sadly, after completion, the patch was lost in the post between Germany and Britain. An emergency alternative was provided at the 11th hour when the patches were ready to be stiched into a quilt.
Tell us something about yourself, what you do and how you made your patch.
I enjoy contempory art and have two artist daughters. I work for the Nuclear Information Service to provide information on nuclear weapons issues, particularly about developments to build a new generations of weapons at the British warhead production facility, the Atomic Weapons Establishement (AWE) Aldermaston and Burghfield about 60Km west of London. I also work with Nukewatch, a national network of volunteers that monitor and track nuclear warhead convoys between AWE and the Trident submarines warhead stockpile at the Royal Naval Armaments Depot,Coulport, on the west coast of Scotland, about 50Km north of Glasgow. I want a world free of nuclear weapons, where art, communication and well-being for all can flourish.