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Embroidery magazine September/October 2022

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September/ October 2022


EMBROIDERY LOVES
Mixed-media artist Sabine Kaner
NEWS
Some stories to take note
OUT AND ABOUT
Courses and events
FRESH TALENT
Four young artists intent on making,or already beginning to make waves
THE SEWING ROOM
While suffering from ill health, Jane Hall has found nature to be the perfect remedy,
whether surrounding or flowing from her beautiful wood and glass studio
WHAT A SMALL WORLD!
Serena Partridge specialises in a miniature world, shown to great effect at Selby Abbey
OF MICE AND ME
Bryony Rose Jennings’ acutely observed anthropomorphic mice
THE COLOURFUL WORLD OF KAFFE FASSETT
Master colourist Kaffe Fassett lets us into his multi-hued world of stitching
THE SECRET LIFE OF TREES
Adriene Hughes addresses the climate change crisis through her unique images
LOSING DAD
Sarah J Harper and her sisters’ experiences of Covid-19 are bound up in her artwork
ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL
Offering a shotblast of colour, Jennie Moncur’s handwoven tapestries look even better close-up
OH, YOU BEAUTIFUL DOLL!
Johanna Flanagan’s online moniker, The Pale Rook, means she remains in the
background as she lets her stunning dolls, each imbued with distinct characters, do
the talking
MEANING, MATERIALITY AND MESSAGE
The survey of Cornelia Parker’s work at Tate Britain includes one very special
artwork, completed in 2015, to which Embroiderers’ Guild members were pleased to be able to contribute