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Renowned textile artist Meredith Woolnough creates replicas of nature using a delicate system of tiny stitches. Her artwork is breathtaking,and now for the first time Woolnough offers crafters and fiberartists a lesson in how to use the “organic embroidery” technique. Look behind the scenes of her art process, from the initialfieldwork sketching and research that inspires her designs, to theproduction of her ethereal embroidered sculptures. She guides you through 12 creativity-prompting activities to help you begin your own mastery of this method. As you learn to find your desired shape or pattern in nature, from sources like leaves, shells, or coral, then useyour sewing machine to turn it into openwork art, you’ll also enjoy dozens of inspirational photos of Woolnough’s ownart pieces. Woolnough’s instructions offer simple but highlyversatile techniques, and allow you space for your own creative approach.
Size: 9″ x 9″ | 170 color images | 176 pp , 2018
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Meredith Woolnough is an award-winning artist from Newxastle. Her work is held in public, private and corporate collections worldwide. She has been featured in Handmade, Fiber Arts Now, Stitches, Textile Fibre Forum, Embroidery, and other magazines. She is the winner of the 2016 Australian Geographic Natural History Illustration Prize.
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The images of the book and parts of the book review have been published with the kind permission of the Schiffer Publishing.