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Embellish Magazine

4 issues per year View Reviews   |   Write Review From £3.50 per issue Each issue of Embellish contains a mix of techniques, articles, ideas, profiles & inspirational stories, all related to cloth and clothing. Projects include dye processes such as shibori, orizomegami, plant dyes, or the layering of colour to create complex cloth. Well known textile artists such as Marie-Therese Wisniowski and Jane Dunnewold are regular contributors in the ArtCloth columns.
Fabric manipulation techniques are examined, whether by hand or machine, or with the help of felt or dissolvables to create surface texture. Machine embellishers or needle punch machines are often featured, as you can create amazingly tactile surfaces in a short period of time, with little experience. We show you how.
Repurposed textiles have their own regular column, as do profiles of up and coming students and designers. Projects related to textile applications, incorporating the use of fabric, yarn, felt and/or fibre are always featured.
A different geographical location is looked at from a sensory perspective in each issue, showing you regional sights and textile delights in a double page spread, from textile experts.
Embellish often features hand beading with simple embroidery stitches

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Embellish  |  Embellish Magazine issue 18  


Embellish magazine aims to fuse fashion, fantasy and art into everyday items, gifts and homewares. You will find in each issue a mix of techniques and articles as well as ideas and inspirational stories. Expect to see a range of projects including dye processes; fabric manipulation; knit and/or crochet embellished finishes; couture techniques; hand embellishing; machine embellishing; prints; custom designs; repurposed textiles and projects related to textile applications that incorporate fabric, yarn, felt and/or fibre.

The cover shown here is issue 18, out in newsagents, craft stores and Guilds from mid June, 2014 until September 1, 2014. Subscriptions will start with the next issue in September 2014, unless you request to start with the current issue in the comments box at checkout.

In this issue we have an article on The Art of Found Objects by Judith Brown; Travel and Creativity by Barbara Mullan; Exploring Boundaries by Jane Dunnewold; Little Hat Project 2014 by Waltraud Reiner; Profile: Jenny Knight by Liz Wauchope; Mordant Printing by Julie Ryder; An Ultimate Guide to Silk by Rie Natalenko; Go Create profile by Kath Caddy; The Pomp of Pomegranate by Carole Douglas and The Chop Shop.

Projects in this issue include:
Embellish with Stitches #6 (Camera Bag) by Lynda Worthington
Boro Inspired Waistcoat by Penny Eamer
Thermo Felt by Waltraud Reiner
Biscornu Pin Cushion by Jennifer Daniels
Arashi Shibori: an alternative perspective by Sylvia Riley
The Language of Landscape by Susan Pietsch
Embedding Artworks in Resin by Meredith Woolnough
Jenny Knight’s Encrusted Embellished Artworks by Liz Wauchope
Slippers (Book extract: Girl’s Guide to Sewing) by Cheryl Owen
Adding Texture in Your Work by Dale Rollerson
Torn Texture by Barbara McLennan

Plus emerging and established artist profiles, Embellish Explanations, Book Reviews, articles and more...
Each issue of Embellish contains a mix of techniques, articles, ideas, profiles & inspirational stories, all related to cloth and clothing. Projects include dye processes such as shibori, orizomegami, plant dyes, or the layering of colour to create complex cloth. Well known textile artists such as Marie-Therese Wisniowski and Jane Dunnewold are regular contributors in the ArtCloth columns.
Fabric manipulation techniques are examined, whether by hand or machine, or with the help of felt or dissolvables to create surface texture. Machine embellishers or needle punch machines are often featured, as you can create amazingly tactile surfaces in a short period of time, with little experience. We show you how.
Repurposed textiles have their own regular column, as do profiles of up and coming students and designers. Projects related to textile applications, incorporating the use of fabric, yarn, felt and/or fibre are always featured.
A different geographical location is looked at from a sensory perspective in each issue, showing you regional sights and textile delights in a double page spread, from textile experts.
Embellish often features hand beading with simple embroidery stitches and introduces new textile products, to give you all you need to create your own unique cloth.
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