PUSH Stitchery: 30 Artists Explore the Boundaries of Stitched Art

PUSH Stitchery Artists Explore the Boundaries of Stitched Art Announcing PUSH a new series devoted to indie crafters and artists pushing the boundaries of traditional crafting mediums Curated by Jamie Chalmers aka Mr X Stitch a leading figure in the new embroi

  • Title: PUSH Stitchery: 30 Artists Explore the Boundaries of Stitched Art
  • Author: Jamie Chalmers
  • ISBN: 9781600597879
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Announcing PUSH, a new series devoted to indie crafters and artists pushing the boundaries of traditional crafting mediums Curated by Jamie Chalmers aka Mr X Stitch, a leading figure in the new embroidery movement PUSH Stitchery profiles the cutting edge creative work of 30 top stitching artists from around the world Each designer is showcased with six to eight pagesAnnouncing PUSH, a new series devoted to indie crafters and artists pushing the boundaries of traditional crafting mediums Curated by Jamie Chalmers aka Mr X Stitch, a leading figure in the new embroidery movement PUSH Stitchery profiles the cutting edge creative work of 30 top stitching artists from around the world Each designer is showcased with six to eight pages of gallery style imagery A fascinating question and answer section, along with bios, make this innovative and inspirational book a must have for anyone interested in blurring the lines between craft and art.

    Dresdens Decoded Tutorial Stitchery Dickory Dock I ve been surprised to meet so many quilters recently who haven t tried a dresden yet, including some who ve been quilting for years Just never got around to Basic Baby Hat Mama s Stitchery Projects Basic Baby Hat This is a very basic baby hat in several sizes This is designed for in the round knitting. Baby Clothing Knitted My Patterns Crocheted Textured Reversible Lap Blanket Afghans Crocheted Textured Reversible Lap Blanket Print PDF Afghans Charity Crocheted My Patterns lap stitch frame Product Features is a chair and your lap Portable hands free frame is ideal for cross Jenny of Elefantz I m pretty sure our grandmothers would have liked this sitting in their sewing basketsalthough they d probably prefer a dress or apron in that sweet green floral Free Appliance Cover Patterns Tutorials TipNut Keep your kitchen appliances dust free with these cozies, they re fairly simple to make with most of the tutorials showing how to customize the fit I ve sorted cross stitch frame Product Features holds hoops, stretcher bars and scroll frames of all types and sizes Quilts in Weeks Greetings from the new location of Quilts in Weeks If you don t follow Quilts on Facebook or Instagram, you may not know I ve moved to Parkland, Washington. How to stitch a silk ribbon Fargo Rose Pintangle After featuring Fargo roses on some of my crazy quilt blocks, a reader, asked me to write instructions on how to do a Fargo Rose So here they are As I set about the Bellpull Hardware Save the Stitches by Nordic Needle This week we are doing a Christmas in July sale in the store That got me Debi to thinking about ornaments and finishing techniques Nordic Needle just got some

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    1. 3.5 stars // Thirty artists are featured within these pages; each artist is allotted four or six pages, along with a short introduction / Q&A. Artists whose featured work I enjoyed the most include: - Cayce Zavaglia (USA), photorealist wool embroidered portraits- Alicia Ross (USA), contemporary cross stitch- Luke Haynes (USA), quilting- Peter Crawley (UK), stitched line on watercolor paper- Gillian Bates (UK), applique with machine embroidery and reclaimed fabric- Charlene Mullen (UK), black [...]

    2. Really fascinating collection of 30 artists working in the medium of embroidery. Extraordinary and remarkable work, and extremely different. Very interesting book. Highly recommended.

    3. I have to admit that I like pretty, cheerful art. I also like pushing the boundaries, which isn't always pretty. This book make stitchery (do they call it that anymore??) cool, but not always pretty.This book arrived on my doorstep from Lark (Hey! Thanks, Lark!) at an interesting time, because I was stitching madly on my Kissy Fish project. Compared to the work in this book, my work is extremely simple.This book has a lot of intimate imagery. There are images of people in bed together, faces sta [...]

    4. The quality of work here is much higher than that featured in "Indie Craft", and I'm glad I looked closely through the other book first, or my complaints about the art here would have been much louder.The pieces here are pretty much all well-designed and well-executed; yet somehow a lot of it seems generic and stale to me. In this over-connected world, everyone rides the same trends, safe in a cocoon of mutual admiration and support. Only a few of these artists seem to have a compelling and indi [...]

    5. I liked this book and added it to my collection of embroidery books. I love finding novel stitches I have never seen before and trying them out. I have a collection of about 12 books going back to 1965. I love European and Asian stitchery and hope of find something I have not seen before.Nonnienonniequiltingdreams.wordpressNonnie's Quilting Dreams - Blog /review/list/GOOD READSnonniesquiltingdreams.podbean.Nonnie's Quilting Dreams- Podcast.

    6. I thought the iamges in this book and the art displayed were AMAZING and inspirational. I thought a lot of the artist's and their answers to the questioning were a bit airy fairy and obvious. I thought surely they could have some greater meaning or reason for their work than that in a lot of cases. But the art is great and gives me so many ideas! I would definately say for any one interested in art particularly embroidery to give it a bit of a look.

    7. The editors went all out to find artists who push the boundaries of embroidery. One makes simpy cross-stitched design on rusted metal including objects like car doors; another runs thread through hunks of slate. Others are more conventional, using cloth, but still innovative and inspiring.

    8. i had high expectations for this book, and while i like several of the artists, i find most of it not really pushing the boundaries.

    9. Beautiful book. Had to go through it slowly, only because there was so much to digest in the photos. This will be one I pull out and go through many times over.

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