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Embroidery

January - February 2022
Magazine

Whether you are a keen embroiderer or simply love fabric and textiles, Embroidery magazine is filled with ideas and features to inspire you. Each edition is packed with colourful features on contemporary and traditional textiles, and keeps you up to date with news of the latest shows and events taking place around the UK. Our diary and what's on pages show you what's hot, while our features delve into the vibrant world of textiles, fashion and embroidery - covering everything from craft to catwalk and more! Our mission is to bring you the best of embroidery and textiles, talking to makers and stitchers who share their passion for embellishing the surface with us – giving our readers a unique insight into all facets of this sumptuous craft. In our book section, you'll find the latest books on fashion, embroidery and textiles.

from the editor

HOOP DREAMS

embroidery loves…

the year ahead • What’s new in 2022? Plenty, or so it seems. After the disappointments and challenges of the last two years, our roundup of the best and biggest shows this year reveals there’s lots to look forward to

beyond borders • TEXTILE TITLES FOR A READ LESS ORDINARY

news

A NEW CHAPTER • JESSIE CHORLEY’S NEW LIGHT-FILLED STUDIO OFFERS THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY FOR A FRESH APPROACH

first aid kit • Meet Kylie Wright, who grew her love for hand stitch and textiles into Wattle & Loop, a small but perfectly formed business that’s inspiring people all around the world to take up embroidery

DOUBLE VISION • The design duo and twin sisters Maricor Maricar bring their modern aesthetic to embroidery, having built their Sydney design studio stitch by stitch

SMASH HIT • WITH ECHOES OF THE JAPANESE ART OF KINTSUGI, ZOË HILLYARD’S PRACTICE IS AN ALCHEMY OF STITCH, CLOTH AND CERAMIC — WITH DRAMATIC RESULTS

imperfect past tense • The practice of Adelaide based artist Sera Waters is characterised by the meticulousness of her stitches and her unflinching eye for challenging subjects

TEXTILE SCISSORS STONE • For London artist and stone carver Marcia Bennett Male, textile offers a powerful conduit to articulate her experience

pigments of the imagination • NATURAL DYER & FLOWER FARMER JULIE BEELER ROOTS HER TEXTILE PRACTICE FIRMLY WITHIN THE NATURAL WORLD

hoop dreams • FOR THE RUSSIAN EMBROIDERER KATERINA MARCHENKO IMPROVISATION IS EVERYTHING

CAPTIVE A UDIENCE • Stitched by hand over 100 years ago, Lorina Bulwer’s poignant embroidery is filled with wild meanderings that hint at madness, misdemeanors and more

BLANKET COVERAGE CONTEMPORARY WEAVING

what’s on

subscribe today EMBROIDERY MAGAZINE • Embroidery is the only magazine dedicated to embroidery and art textiles. Every issue is packed with interviews, news, reviews and trends – we talk to the artists, makers and designers who matter.

Talking THREADS with the Embroiderers’ Guild


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 68 Publisher: Warners Group Publications Plc Edition: January - February 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: December 30, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

Whether you are a keen embroiderer or simply love fabric and textiles, Embroidery magazine is filled with ideas and features to inspire you. Each edition is packed with colourful features on contemporary and traditional textiles, and keeps you up to date with news of the latest shows and events taking place around the UK. Our diary and what's on pages show you what's hot, while our features delve into the vibrant world of textiles, fashion and embroidery - covering everything from craft to catwalk and more! Our mission is to bring you the best of embroidery and textiles, talking to makers and stitchers who share their passion for embellishing the surface with us – giving our readers a unique insight into all facets of this sumptuous craft. In our book section, you'll find the latest books on fashion, embroidery and textiles.

from the editor

HOOP DREAMS

embroidery loves…

the year ahead • What’s new in 2022? Plenty, or so it seems. After the disappointments and challenges of the last two years, our roundup of the best and biggest shows this year reveals there’s lots to look forward to

beyond borders • TEXTILE TITLES FOR A READ LESS ORDINARY

news

A NEW CHAPTER • JESSIE CHORLEY’S NEW LIGHT-FILLED STUDIO OFFERS THE PERFECT OPPORTUNITY FOR A FRESH APPROACH

first aid kit • Meet Kylie Wright, who grew her love for hand stitch and textiles into Wattle & Loop, a small but perfectly formed business that’s inspiring people all around the world to take up embroidery

DOUBLE VISION • The design duo and twin sisters Maricor Maricar bring their modern aesthetic to embroidery, having built their Sydney design studio stitch by stitch

SMASH HIT • WITH ECHOES OF THE JAPANESE ART OF KINTSUGI, ZOË HILLYARD’S PRACTICE IS AN ALCHEMY OF STITCH, CLOTH AND CERAMIC — WITH DRAMATIC RESULTS

imperfect past tense • The practice of Adelaide based artist Sera Waters is characterised by the meticulousness of her stitches and her unflinching eye for challenging subjects

TEXTILE SCISSORS STONE • For London artist and stone carver Marcia Bennett Male, textile offers a powerful conduit to articulate her experience

pigments of the imagination • NATURAL DYER & FLOWER FARMER JULIE BEELER ROOTS HER TEXTILE PRACTICE FIRMLY WITHIN THE NATURAL WORLD

hoop dreams • FOR THE RUSSIAN EMBROIDERER KATERINA MARCHENKO IMPROVISATION IS EVERYTHING

CAPTIVE A UDIENCE • Stitched by hand over 100 years ago, Lorina Bulwer’s poignant embroidery is filled with wild meanderings that hint at madness, misdemeanors and more

BLANKET COVERAGE CONTEMPORARY WEAVING

what’s on

subscribe today EMBROIDERY MAGAZINE • Embroidery is the only magazine dedicated to embroidery and art textiles. Every issue is packed with interviews, news, reviews and trends – we talk to the artists, makers and designers who matter.

Talking THREADS with the Embroiderers’ Guild


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