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An interesting publication many members may be interested in. Text by the Pale Rook If you just feel like massively treating yourself to something special, I can highly recommend this

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An interesting post on textile artists who are inspired by nature can be found on TextileArtists.org If you want to add to your library then this might be the book

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Member Lisa Walton has recommended the movie “The Nettle Dress”. Here is what she had to say about the movie “Last night I had the pleasure of watching #thenettledress with

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Janet DeBoer’s FIBRE FORUM E-bulletin is always a prime source of up-to-date information about the textile arts scene across Australia. If you’re a fan of historical textiles, you might fancy

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New textiles library book

A new book has been added to the State Library of Tasmania’s borrowing catalogue that might interest members. “The Story of Colour in Textiles” by Susan Kay-Williams.

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Janet DeBoer’s FIBRE FORUM E-bulletin is always a prime source of up-to-date information about the textile arts scene across Australia. While we’re on the subject of Stitching and Beyond’s very

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Internationally recognised artist Cherilyn Martin, presenter of a very successful workshop for Stitching and Beyond, features in a TextileArtist.org article this month. Her expressive layered works are fascinating! Stitching and

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Explore the fabulously newsy Fibre Forum E-Bulletin from Janet De Boer Stitching and Beyond member Prue recommends a look at this ‘amazing exhibition in the USA’. The National Basketry Organisation

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Have you ever thought about taking your work in a new direction? Emily Jo Gibbs has done just that. This Stitch Dictionary of hand embroidery stitches enables you to learn

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Have you considering using waste products in your artwork? Natalya Khorover uses single use plastics to create new works. Recreating with thread: The wonder of found objects in textile art

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