Earlier this week we met up with friends and spent some time looking around Exeter Cathedral. For those of you who don't live in the UK, Exeter is in Devon in the south west.
Construction of the Cathedral began in 1114 with a major rebuild between 1270 and 1350.
The ceiling you can see here is the longest continuous medieval stone vault in the world at 96 metres long.
There is a replica of one of the bosses that hold the vaulting together in the next picture to the right of the Bishops Throne which is 16m tall.
Everywhere you look in the Cathedral you can see beautiful canvas work and embroidery.
I love the way these cushions are shaped to fit round the pillars.
Some more examples
There were a series of works by Ilya Fisher on display. She is a photographer who add stitch to her pieces.