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Embroidery – September/October 2021 – Volume 72 – Out Now

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Our featured artists in September are:
  • Justien van der Winkel
  • Mrs. Bertimus
  • Jenny Hart
  • Dionne Swift
  • Julia Griffiths Jones
  • Suzy Wright
  • Heidi Parkes
  • Kaffe Fassett
  • Olga Prinku
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    Our mission is to bring you the best of embroidery and textiles, talking to makers and artists who share their passion for embellishing the surface with us – giving our readers a unique insight into all facets of this sumptuous craft

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Feel Inspired

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Amanda Cobbett began life as a designer but is now wowing a whole new audience with her hyperreal take on the natural world, in particular her machine embroidered 3D sculptures of fungi. This feature was written by Deena Beverley and published in the November/December 2019 issue


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Ann Goddard was announced as winner of the inaugural Vlieseline Fine Art Textiles Award in 2019 and was interviewed by Jo Hall for the January/February 2020 issue.


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Rozanne Hawksley found her métier whilst teaching at Goldsmiths in the 1970s. She developed a singular art practice that reflected upon the subjects of war, loss and the abuse of power. June Hill spoke to Hawksley as part of Embroidery’s ‘pioneer’ series, which examined the careers of leading embroiderers of the late 20th century.

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