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Embroidery Magazine is a publication which contains articles on historical, contemporary and ethnographic embroidery and textile art. It will have features on stitched drawings, machine based embroidery and so much more. It is published by the Embroiderer’s Guild which is based in Surrey in the UK. It will contain features on different types of embroidery from all over the world as well as in the UK. There will also be interesting details on the latest exhibitions that can’t be missed.
This magazine is a slim publication, but don’t be fooled by its small size. It contains a great deal of content on all the latest developments in the world of embroidery. When we picked up this magazine we expected to read a magazine with slightly dull ‘how to’ sections and features on old fashioned techniques, we were pleasantly surprised when we realised that this magazine is extremely modern and likes to showcase the more unusual side of embroidery art.
Buy a single copy of EMBROIDERY or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).
Why read the Embroidery Magazine?
Have you ever heard of an embroidered heart stitched sculpture? Or have you ever heard of embroidered wedding blankets from Iraq? Neither had we! We were amazed at how the techniques have evolved over the years and how the modern artists are using the technique in completely new and unheard of ways.
If you are an advanced embroiderer and you fancy giving yourself some new challenges then we suggest that you have a look through this magazine for some much needed inspiration. While some of the ideas may be tricky to recreate the publication will at the very least inspire seasoned embroiderers to try something new. This magazine shows readers than there is so much more that can be created with embroidery than meets the eye.