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Embroidery Magazine July/August 2022

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Embroidery  Magazine

July/August 2022

Features in this issue: 

THE SEWING ROOM
Priscilla Edwards’ home studio is brimful of treasured finds she uses in her art
THE GOOD LUCK TALISMAN
A woman born in the Ukraine is using folk-art embroidery to bring refugees together and raise funds
THE SUBVERSIVE STITCHER
Holly Searle’s artwork is ostensibly cute and kitsch until the eye refocuses on her powerful slogans
OUT OF THIS WORLD!
The Jenny King Embroidery studio was equal to the challenge of creating a Eurovision showstopper
A GROWTH MINDSET
From Vita Sackville-West-inspired items to an I-Spy satchel, Sue Rangeley delights
70 YEARS, 70 VOICES
Jamie Holman is an iconoclast, chosen to produce an artwork to mark the Queen’s
platinum jubilee
EVERYTHING IN THE ROYAL SCHOOL OF NEEDLEWORK GARDEN IS LOVELY
We meet Dr Susan Kay-Williams, chief executive of the Royal School of Needlework, as the school celebrates its 150th anniversary
COASTAL BLUES
After an epiphany on the Scottish coast, Deborah Campbell set out on an A to Z quest
THE KYRGYZ MATRIARCHS WITH GOLDEN HANDS
Firouz FarmanFarmaian recounts his meeting with the shyrdak rug-makers of Kyrgyzstan
UNITED WE STAND, DIVIDED WE FALL
Susan Doherty is influenced by the art of the Pacific Rim, producing startling dressed dolls
FRAGMENTED STORIES
June Hill investigates the case of the Bacton Altar Cloth, now on show in Liverpool
CAPTURING HEARTS & MINDS
Amanda Stinton is getting used to people falling in love with her nature-inspired work