textile art podcast

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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Nicky Merrick: Event Photographer to Pole Wear – A Creative Journey

Nicky Merrick: Event Photographer to Pole Wear – A Creative Journey ss017 Today on the Stitchery Stories podcast, Nicky Merrick Shares Her Life In Fabric & Thread. She chats with Susan Weeks about her creative journey from an event photographer at pagan ceremonies, to building great success designing and making pole dancing costumes. And all…

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Fran Brammer: Inspired By Beautiful Yorkshire Landscapes

Fran Brammer: Inspired By Beautiful Yorkshire Landscapes SS016 Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Fran Brammer Shares Her Life In Fabric & Thread. She chats with Susan Weeks about her creative journey and her desire to combine her love of hill walking, landscapes, costume and art. Continue reading to discover the highlights of…

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Julia Triston: Celebrating Marks & Memories In Old Clothing & Cloth

Julia Triston: Textile Artist Celebrating Marks & Memories In Old Clothing & Cloth SS015 Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Julia Triston shares her life in fabric and thread. She chats with Susan Weeks about her enduring fascination with fashion and clothing, and the stories and memories from them that inspire her textile…

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Anne Kelly: Textile Art From Re-used Textile Treasures

Anne Kelly: Textile Art From Re-used Textile Treasures SS014 Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Anne Kelly shares her life in fabric & thread. She chats with Susan Weeks about her inspiration drawn from everyday objects and textiles, international travel and folk art. Continue reading to discover the highlights of our chat and…

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Chris Gray: Medieval Mysteries, Mushrooms, Moths and Mice

Chris Gray: Medieval Mysteries, Mushrooms, Moths and Mice Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Chris Gray Shares Her Life In Fabric and Thread. She chats with Susan Weeks about research and inspirations from earlier periods of history, and her desire to present her art on 3d forms. Continue reading to discover the highlights…

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Cas Holmes: Textile Artist & Tutor: Found-Stitch-Paint

Cas Holmes: Textile Artist & Tutor: Found-Stitch-Paint Today on the Stitchery Stories textile art podcast, Cas Holmes shares her life in fabric & thread. She chats with Susan Weeks about her textile art work which is summed up in her own words as being Found-Stitch-Paint. Using those key elements of found materials, stitch and paint,…

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Sue Stone: Textile Artist, Woman With A Fish & Current 62 Group Chair

Sue Stone: Textile Artist, Woman With A Fish & Current 62 Group Chair Today on the Stitchery Stories podcast, Sue Stone aka ‘The Woman With The Fish’, Shares Her Life In Fabric & Thread. She chats with Susan Weeks about her journey through fashion, to embroidery, back to fashion to earn a living, and finally…

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