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Textile Fibre Forum Magazine Textile Fibre Forum Issue 104 Back Issue

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Textile Fibre Forum has been in print since the 1980's. The cover shown here is issue 104, with regular columnists in this issue include Janet De Boer, Inga Hunter, Garry Benson, Paul Sugden, Wendy Golden, Penny Carey Wells and Alvena Hall with a delightful article on nature's modular designs.

Features in this issue Include:

The Women's Art Regsiter: Gail Stiffe
Disparate Threads: The Work of Tania Spencer
Laced with Place: Dorothy Haig
Expressions of Love: The Art of Kim Schoenberger by Fiona Dempster
Web-Work for St peters: Jude Skeers & Pater Wojciechowski
Lucas Grogan: Embroidering up a Storm by Inga Walton
TAFTA's Geelong Forum 2012
and SSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much more
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Textile Fibre Forum Issue 104 Textile Fibre Forum has been in print since the 1980's. The cover shown here is issue 104, with regular columnists in this issue include Janet De Boer, Inga Hunter, Garry Benson, Paul Sugden, Wendy Golden, Penny Carey Wells and Alvena Hall with a delightful article on nature's modular designs. Features in this issue Include: The Women's Art Regsiter: Gail Stiffe Disparate Threads: The Work of Tania Spencer Laced with Place: Dorothy Haig Expressions of Love: The Art of Kim Schoenberger by Fiona Dempster Web-Work for St peters: Jude Skeers & Pater Wojciechowski Lucas Grogan: Embroidering up a Storm by Inga Walton TAFTA's Geelong Forum 2012 and SSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much more


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Textile Fibre Forum has been in print since the 1980's. The cover shown here is issue 104, with regular columnists in this issue include Janet De Boer, Inga Hunter, Garry Benson, Paul Sugden, Wendy Golden, Penny Carey Wells and Alvena Hall with a delightful article on nature's modular designs.

Features in this issue Include:

The Women's Art Regsiter: Gail Stiffe
Disparate Threads: The Work of Tania Spencer
Laced with Place: Dorothy Haig
Expressions of Love: The Art of Kim Schoenberger by Fiona Dempster
Web-Work for St peters: Jude Skeers & Pater Wojciechowski
Lucas Grogan: Embroidering up a Storm by Inga Walton
TAFTA's Geelong Forum 2012
and SSSSSSSSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO much more
read more read less
Textile artists, designers and education facilitators will find Textile Fibre Forum informative, revealing and inspiring. Each issue explodes with colour and shows a passion for the textile arts, the fibre arts and the artisans that employ these materials to express themselves.
Profiles of artists work, exhibitions and inner thought processes are explored and showcased, making each and every page a treasure. The themes are varied and range from light-hearted to thought provoking and often elicit unexpected responses.
Regular columns and features explore issues that are relevant to the textile arts, from marketing your pieces, to looking at legal issues, as well as giving advance notice of calls for entries and expressions of interest for gallery awards, installations, acquisition prizes and textile competitions & exhibitions. The magazine is comprehensive, image heavy and informative. It is a visual delight.
Subscribers receive an exclusive Subscriber Only Newsletter, with pages of Australian gallery openings, exhibitions and advance notice of upcoming textile art happenings.

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