September/October 2022

Our featured artists for September-October are:

Cover story: Bryony Rose Jennings' anthropomorphic mice are imbued with life

Fresh talent - four artists intent on making, or already starting to make waves: Jongbum Kim, Imogen Morris, Sarah Joy-Ford and Poppy Nash

Jane Hall - Jane has found nature to be the perfect remedy, whether surrounding or flowing from her beautiful studio

Serena Partridge - Welcome to the artist’s minuscule world of wonder

Kaffe Fassett - My Textile Life meets the Master Colourist and textile doyen

Adriene Hughes - The climate change crisis is the focus of Adriene’s artworks

Sarah J Harper - Ethereal textiles that focus on the long shadow of Covid-19

Jennie Moncur - Handwoven tapestries offering a shot-blast of colour

Johanna Flanagan - Aka The Pale Rook, whose beautiful dolls do the talking

Cornelia Parker - throwing the spotlight on Magna Carta (An Embroidery)

Clare Hunter - the acclaimed author of Threads of Life takes a look at the embroideries of Mary, Queen of Scots

Human trafficking - Collaborative quilts made to throw the spotlight on human trafficking to raise awareness and help to heal

Tibetan thangkas - One artist’s journey to discover and master the Tibetan thangka

Plus, a host of exhibition reviews, courses, news, what’s on and Embroidery Loves


A selection of work from our September/October 2022 issue

Photo - Of mice and me - by Bryony Rose Jennings

Doll by Johanna Flanagan
Photo: ©Jannica Honey

All in This Together, 2020