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Marjolein Burbank interview: Fabric art & stories

<i>Marjolein Burbank interview:</i> Fabric art & stories

Marjolein Burbank enjoys working with the soft texture of fabric. She embraces her vast experience of different cultures in her work. Here we learn more about her particular brand of fabric art.

Reineke Hollander interview: Discarded objects

<i>Reineke Hollander interview:</i> Discarded objects

Reineke Hollander creates textile inspired art (paintings, sculptures and assemblages). In our interview with this fascinating artist, she explains why she doesn’t consider herself a textile artist ‘per se’ and how she extends the life of ‘found’ objects.

Top 10 machine embroidery books

Top 10 machine embroidery books

Many leading textile artists, such as Carol Naylor and Sue Stone use the sewing machine either alone or in combination…



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