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Inspirations Issue 106 - The Art of Stitch

Discover the creative skill and emotional power of embroidery as we showcase the art of stitch.

Description

In this issue we showcase an exciting, world-first introduction to Chinese Random Stitch Embroidery by international teacher Margaret Lee, who has used these techniques to work a stunning, realistic pomegranate in vibrant shades of red.

We also feature figurative stumpwork for the first time with a dashing Robin Hood holding a bow and arrow by Kay Dennis.

Continue your stitching adventures with a flamboyant threadpainted hummingbird, exquisite whitework in Hardanger and Schwalm, beautiful crewel and surface embroidery worked on a linen tote or drawstring bag and delightful, dimensional woodland-themed sewing accessories.

Featured Projects

'Inspirations Issue 106' features the following projects:

  • Pomegranate by Margaret Lee
    Discover the amazing potential of Random Stitch Embroidery with this exquisite embroidered study
  • Pane Di Casa by Elisabetta Sforza
    Italian linen bread bag adorned with poppies, cornflowers and wheat in surface embroidery
  • Coquette by Renette Kumm
    Ornate hummingbird depicted in threadpainting
  • Delicate Stitches by Di Kirchner
    Hardanger embroidery worked on fine linen
  • Robin Hood by Kay Dennis & Michael Dennis
    Fabulous figurative stumpwork featuring Robin Hood beneath a shady tree
  • Field of Flowers by Deborah Love
    Whitework mat with flowers worked using a compelling variety of traditional Schwalm fillings
  • Into the Forest by Ana Mallah
    Woodland themed felt sewing accessories charmingly embellished with raised and surface embroidery
  • Dawn Chorus by Anna Scott
    Handy tote showcasing a pretty songbird in engrossing crewel embroidery

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