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Jayne Emerson: Textile Designer, Author & Tutor

Jayne Emerson: Textile Designer, Author & Tutor Today on the Stitchery Stories embroidery and textile art podcast, Jayne Emerson shares her life in fabric & thread. Jayne is a textile designer, as well as the author of 6 books and a tutor in a range of textile related techniques. Her skills range from couture to…

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Hayley Mills-Styles: Thread Artist Who Loves Digital Embroidery

Hayley Mills-Styles: Thread Artist Who Loves Digital Embroidery Today on the Stitchery Stories embroidery and textile art podcast, Hayley Mills-Styles shares her life in fabric & thread. Hayley describes herself as a thread artist, and has had a very busy year so far culminating in two solo exhibitions. Whilst she has a love for backstitch,…

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Iona Barker: Fun Free Hand Sewing Classes For Wellbeing

Iona Barker: Fun Free Hand Sewing Classes For Mental Wellbeing Iona Barker is our guest today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast. Iona shares her story of creativity and then burnout as she pursued her fashion and costume career. Continue reading to discover the highlights of our chat and to see examples of  Say…

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Jane Sanders: Textile Portraits Of Iconic Pop Stars

Jane Sanders: Textile Portraits Of Iconic Pop Stars Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Jane Sanders shares her vibrant and exciting textile portraits of very iconic pop stars. The stars Jane chooses for her portraits are famous across a range of genres, eras and styles, so there is always something fresh about her…

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Ann Small: Layered Cloth and Quirky Characters

Ann Small: Layered Cloth and Quirky Characters Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Ann Small shares her techniques, inspiration and current excitement. Describing herself as a typical Pisces swimming in opposite directions… Ann does indeed have 2 very different aspects to her work and creativity. There are her colourful reverse applique based, large…

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Anne Brooke: From Sketchbooks To Mixed Media Stitched Collage

Anne Brooke: From Sketchbooks To Mixed Media Stitched Collage Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Anne Brooke shares her techniques and inspiration behind her stitched multimedia collages. A key feature of her work is to stitch onto paper, although she is now venturing into using fabrics, particularly vintage embroidered pieces. Her work is…

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Annie Taylor: Telling Stories With Large Soft Sculptures

Annie Taylor: Telling Stories With Large Soft Sculptures Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Annie Taylor shares her wonderful stories around the stories she creates and tells with her textile art. A key outlet for her creativity and artwork are her rather large soft sculptures. The word ‘doll’ just doesn’t seem right when…

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Profanity Embroidery Group: Huge Fun. Beautiful Art. Ugly Words

Profanity Embroidery Group: Huge Fun Creating Beautiful Art From Ugly Words Before I introduce this very entertaining episode please note there is no swearing in this episode despite the title of the group and episode. Please listen – this is a lovely story. Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Annie Taylor & Bridget…

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Jan Dowson: Award-Winning Textile Art Tutor & Artist

Jan Dowson: Award-Winning Textile Art Tutor & Textile Artist Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Jan Dowson shares her joy of teaching textile art over 20 years and in the process facilitating 8 students who achieved City & Guilds Gold Medals. Jan has also received a City & Guilds Gold Medal for teaching…

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Deborah Mullins: Embroidery Artist Inspired By Palestine

Deborah Mullins: Embroidery Artist Inspired By Palestine Today on the Stitchery Stories embroidery podcast, Deborah Mullins shares her passion for Palestine. The beautiful traditional embroidery and the places and people – as well as a deep sadness at the ethnic cleansing, displacement & social injustice experienced within that land. Continue reading to discover the highlights…

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