Interview with embroiderer from Brittany – very skilled and yet very humble
Hillary Waters Fayle – showing the deep links between Man and Nature
This artist wants to lead us to be more open, to pay attention to the life that unfolds around us. Let’s go!
Stitching an Academician costume – 1st steps-
Found out how an Academician costume is created and stitched…
Sarah Gwyer – Pop art, beads and stitches
Like perfect English Sweets, these pieces are wonderful to look at – accessible art of beads, threads and pop culture!
Joël Branger – from teeth to threads-
From teeth to threads, the unorthodox adventure of Joël Branger, the dentist who became embroiderer
Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė – Life-size embroidery
Meeting with a Lithuanian artist who loves playing with codes and materials.
Women’s embroidered shoes for bound feet
When Chinese women had their feet bound, they embroidered their shoes.
Certified Needlework judge – Article 2
Certified needlework judge – Article 2: Natalie Dupuis’s journey
Certified Needlework judge – Article 1
Training for Certified Needlework judge – Article 1
The story of the unique Glazig technique from Brittany, France
Embroidered jewelry box, 1675-1690
In the 17th century, every support was a source of embroidery – like this delightful Five Senses box.
Portrait of a very young Russian artist who has a special place on social media.
Aiguille en fête- Feedback on Paris fair
Rié Mukai was invited as a professional embroiderer at the Paris fair Aiguille en Fête last month. She talks about her experience.