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Embroidery

May - June 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.

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Embroidery

BEHIND THE SCENES

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CURRENCY OF CARE

TIME’S TABLE • WHERE YOU MAKE CAN SOMETIMES BE AS SIGNIFICANT AS WHAT YOU MAKE, AS EMILY JO GIBBS REVEALS

finders keepers • Inspired by the idea of perfection in imperfection, Fran Buxton is intrigued by found objects and their potential for storytelling

making meaning • Anne Kelly’s embroideries blend folk art influences with personal travelogue – the result of a life immersed in textiles

THE THREADS THAT BIND US • Celia Pym has built a practice around mending that bears witness to the personal stories and the worn histories that she repairs

FIGURING IT OUT • Julie Arkell’s hands were made for making but it’s her curiosity for words and storytelling that drives both the tender and the darker aspects of her work

choreographing the needle • Michael Brennand-Wood is one of the most respected artists working in the medium of textiles today. Here he talks about his most recent body of work and re-engaging with themes past and present

mechanical magic • Will Cruickshank harnesses the kinetic energy of experimental machinery – the result is a series of unique thread works

stitching science • Scientists and artists thrive on uncertainty and a sense of adventure says Lindsay Olson whose work explores the science of sound in the ocean

DOUBLE TAKE • Meet Alicja Kozłowska the embroiderer whose stitches bring everyday objects to life thanks to her love of Pop Art aesthetics

LIFE AT SEA • During the 1800s, sailors were often adept at sewing and used this skill to create personal tributes to the ships on which they sailed, and Compton Verney holds several stunning examples of these charming woolworks within its unique collection of Folk Art

bookshelf

SHEILA HICK S OFF GRID • The Hepworth Wakefield 7 April–25 September 2022

Britta Marakatt-Labba Under the Vast Sky • Ikon Gallery, Birmingham 23 February–29 May 2022

THE HAREWOOD BIENNIAL RADICAL ACTS: WHY CRAFT MATTERS • Harewood House, Yorkshire 26 March – 29 August 2022

Richard McVetis Shaped by Time • Crafts Study Centre, Farnham 5 April – 30 July 2022

out and about • COURSES AND EVENTS COMING UP

what’s on

EMBROIDERY MAGAZINE READER OFFER • access the archive!


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Frequency: Every other month Pages: 68 Publisher: Warners Group Publications Plc Edition: May - June 2022

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  • Release date: April 25, 2022

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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

Embroidery

BEHIND THE SCENES

news

CURRENCY OF CARE

TIME’S TABLE • WHERE YOU MAKE CAN SOMETIMES BE AS SIGNIFICANT AS WHAT YOU MAKE, AS EMILY JO GIBBS REVEALS

finders keepers • Inspired by the idea of perfection in imperfection, Fran Buxton is intrigued by found objects and their potential for storytelling

making meaning • Anne Kelly’s embroideries blend folk art influences with personal travelogue – the result of a life immersed in textiles

THE THREADS THAT BIND US • Celia Pym has built a practice around mending that bears witness to the personal stories and the worn histories that she repairs

FIGURING IT OUT • Julie Arkell’s hands were made for making but it’s her curiosity for words and storytelling that drives both the tender and the darker aspects of her work

choreographing the needle • Michael Brennand-Wood is one of the most respected artists working in the medium of textiles today. Here he talks about his most recent body of work and re-engaging with themes past and present

mechanical magic • Will Cruickshank harnesses the kinetic energy of experimental machinery – the result is a series of unique thread works

stitching science • Scientists and artists thrive on uncertainty and a sense of adventure says Lindsay Olson whose work explores the science of sound in the ocean

DOUBLE TAKE • Meet Alicja Kozłowska the embroiderer whose stitches bring everyday objects to life thanks to her love of Pop Art aesthetics

LIFE AT SEA • During the 1800s, sailors were often adept at sewing and used this skill to create personal tributes to the ships on which they sailed, and Compton Verney holds several stunning examples of these charming woolworks within its unique collection of Folk Art

bookshelf

SHEILA HICK S OFF GRID • The Hepworth Wakefield 7 April–25 September 2022

Britta Marakatt-Labba Under the Vast Sky • Ikon Gallery, Birmingham 23 February–29 May 2022

THE HAREWOOD BIENNIAL RADICAL ACTS: WHY CRAFT MATTERS • Harewood House, Yorkshire 26 March – 29 August 2022

Richard McVetis Shaped by Time • Crafts Study Centre, Farnham 5 April – 30 July 2022

out and about • COURSES AND EVENTS COMING UP

what’s on

EMBROIDERY MAGAZINE READER OFFER • access the archive!


Expand title description text