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Embellish Magazine


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 22, out in newsagents, craft stores and Guilds from mid June, 2015 until September 1, 2015. Subscriptions will start with the next issue in September 2015, unless you request to start with the current issue in the comments box at checkout.
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In this issue we have an Interview with Sophie Standing Textile Artist as told to Lynda Worthington; Luscious Lutradur by Barbara McLennan; Shop Profile: Can Do Books by Stephanie Reekie; Reader Postcard Challenge by Lynda Worthington; Quilts that are not just art, not just traditional, but somewhere in between by Marion Matthews; With love, from Africa: Egypt, Tanzania and Kenya by Robynn-El Ross; Kathryn Hill: Painting, printmaking and mixed media by Liz Wauchope.



Projects in this issue include:



  • Zebra Skin Pin Cushion by Lynda Worthington

  • African Mask by Diane Núñez

  • African Adventure in Felt and Stitch by Jackie Cardy

  • Z is for Zebra by Neroli Henderson

  • Bogolanfini (Mud Cloth) by Sylvia Riley

  • Inspired by a Book by Dale Rollerson

  • Kathryn Hill: How to make a mixed media collage by Liz Wauchope

  • Harriet Hippo by Jenny Occleshaw


Plus emerging and established artist profiles, Embellish Explanations, Book Reviews, articles and more...

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Embellish Magazine

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 22, out in newsagents, craft stores and Guilds from mid June, 2015 until September 1, 2015. Subscriptions will start with the next issue in September 2015, unless you request to start with the current issue in the comments box at checkout.
Subscribe to all 3 magazines and save

All prices are plus Postage, but include Handling and GST.

Buy 4 get 5th free

In this issue we have an Interview with Sophie Standing Textile Artist as told to Lynda Worthington; Luscious Lutradur by Barbara McLennan; Shop Profile: Can Do Books by Stephanie Reekie; Reader Postcard Challenge by Lynda Worthington; Quilts that are not just art, not just traditional, but somewhere in between by Marion Matthews; With love, from Africa: Egypt, Tanzania and Kenya by Robynn-El Ross; Kathryn Hill: Painting, printmaking and mixed media by Liz Wauchope.

Projects in this issue include:

  • Zebra Skin Pin Cushion by Lynda Worthington
  • African Mask by Diane Núñez
  • African Adventure in Felt and Stitch by Jackie Cardy
  • Z is for Zebra by Neroli Henderson
  • Bogolanfini (Mud Cloth) by Sylvia Riley
  • Inspired by a Book by Dale Rollerson
  • Kathryn Hill: How to make a mixed media collage by Liz Wauchope
  • Harriet Hippo by Jenny Occleshaw

Plus emerging and established artist profiles, Embellish Explanations, Book Reviews, articles and more...

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