Denby Dale’s Walkers are Welcome group has created a patch of the village’s famous horizon for a giant quilt.
The group have stitched a scene of the iconic viaduct with Emley Moor mast in the background.
The patch will be joined together with dozens from other Walkers are Welcome groups from across the UK to form a commemorative quilt to display at national gatherings.
The Walkers are Welcome group maintains footpaths and signpost routes and the group also publishes free informative guides for walks in Denby Dale Parish which includes Denby, Cumberworth, Emley, Skelmanthorpe Scissett, Birdsedge, High Flatts and Clayton West.
The UK network has expanded rapidly and there are now over 100 locations across the country.
Richard Brook, chair of the Denby Dale group, said they had risen to the challenge to produce a square which represented the area.
He said: “It is a fabric collage of a typical but imagined landscape of the area with moorland, hills, river valleys, and drystone walls.
“Within the landscape are features including weavers cottages, Denby Dale viaduct, Emley Moor mast, a packhorse bridge based on that at Clayton West and a cluster of mill chimneys.
“Sheep are grazing in the river valley and if you look closely you will spot two blackbirds, which are NOT among the ingredients of the famous Denby Dale pies, despite the nursery rhyme!
“The collage was made by a group of crafty ladies who meet every week in the village
“Various fabrics and methods were used including a piece of Huddersfield worsted suiting that was used for the moors.
“The fabric for the sky was hand dyed by the group, the tree was made by wet felting, highlights were needle felted, the drystone wall was tapestry work, and the sheep were knitted.”
More information about the walks in the area, including public transport access, can be found at www.denbydale-walkersarewelcome.org.uk
The craft group meet on Thursday afternoons at the Good Health Store in Denby Dale.