Artist Caroline Nixon’s exhibition at Whichford Pottery: Ecoprinting & Upcycling

When textile artist Caroline Nixon got in touch with me on social media, I would have never imagined that I would soon have the opportunity to view her first exhibition at the absolutely gorgeous Whichford Pottery in Shipston-on-Stour. The exhibition was held on the 14th of September 2016 and it was the official launch of her… Read More Artist Caroline Nixon’s exhibition at Whichford Pottery: Ecoprinting & Upcycling

Another 10 Instagram accounts to follow: artists, textiles, colours and nature …

As the first article was very popular we have decided to add another 10 Instagram accounts to the list! So watch out … we may have another 10 coming soon! 1 – michellecook_textileartist – Michelle Cook Artist working in textiles & mixed media. Love finding abandoned objects, especially from beach combing & incorporating in my artwork… Read More Another 10 Instagram accounts to follow: artists, textiles, colours and nature …

Painting with Natural Inks such as Coffee Syrup, Vegetables and Fruits

Guest Article by Jacques Williamos Hi everyone.  I’m a mixed media eco-artist.  Jacques is the shortened form of Jacqueline, which my father began calling me when I was little.  I’ve been drawing from as long as I remember and was lucky enough to win third prize in a national schools’ art competition when I was… Read More Painting with Natural Inks such as Coffee Syrup, Vegetables and Fruits

A Unique Mix of Textiles and Techniques by Artist Averil Stuart-Head

A while ago, a New Zealand textile and fibre artist, Averil Stuart-Head, commented in the Italian section of our blog, having followed and enjoyed the site and magazine right from the beginning. She had discovered that our Italian headquarters (No Serial Number Italia) was close to her studio at Introdacqua, close to Sulmona in the Abruzzo region. We… Read More A Unique Mix of Textiles and Techniques by Artist Averil Stuart-Head

How To Make Natural Colours Using Seasonal Ingredients: The Colour Red From Beetroots and Berries

Guest Article by Jacques Williamos Do you remember the time before mobile phones, microwave ovens and the World Wide Web? You do? How did you entertain yourself? Did you switch on the television or did you go for bicycle rides when the weather was fine? We had a back lane leading from our garden past… Read More How To Make Natural Colours Using Seasonal Ingredients: The Colour Red From Beetroots and Berries

Stitches, Feathers and Natural Colours on Textile as a Metaphor of a Personal Journey Part Three

Guest Article by Roxanne Lasky Go to Previous Page My stitch work has run the gamut of techniques, from the machine variety of free-motion quilting and embroidery to traditional hand embroidered stitches like those that embellish crazy quilts and back pockets of blue jeans. Chain and feather stitches and the simple Kantha of running threads… Read More Stitches, Feathers and Natural Colours on Textile as a Metaphor of a Personal Journey Part Three

Stitches, Feathers and Natural Colours on Textile as a Metaphor of a Personal Journey Part Two

Guest Article by Roxanne Lasky Go to Previous Page I jotted down every thought that came across my mind. And before long, I was telling a story of migration. Migration of the dyes moving gracefully through the fabric, crossing grid lines and arriving in other spaces. I realized that this echoed the story of my… Read More Stitches, Feathers and Natural Colours on Textile as a Metaphor of a Personal Journey Part Two