Synopses & Reviews
Textile artists eagerly continue to explore new and exciting surfaces for their work, and paper and metal are among the most popular materials for adding color and texture to stitched pieces. Incorporating everything from cut, molded, and shaped handmade papers to glittering meshes, wires, and coils, this essential collection—created by two world-class artists and authors—offers great suggestions for producing books, panels, icons, frames, and more. Just bring your enthusiasm and a swing-needle sewing machine!
About the Author
Maggie Grey is the author of several books, including Textile Translations (D4Daisy Books) and Raising the Surface with Machine Embroidery (Batsford). She is the former editor of The World of Embroidery magazine and now runs Workshop On The Web. She lives in Ferndown, Dorset, UK. Jane Wild is an expert on the use of paper in embroidery. She teaches and exhibits her work widely. Jane lives in Wimbourne, Dorset, UK.