Diana Biscaioli: Finding our own child through textile art

She is an art therapist living and working in the province of Viterbo, Italy. A hand-crafter who knows and enjoys what her geography offers: forests, hills, rocks and her beloved animals, particularly goats. While studying, Diana came across felt and learned needle felting, and since then, she never separated from this technique, which is now… Read More Diana Biscaioli: Finding our own child through textile art

An Introduction to Eco-Printing with artist Lizzie Godden

A great opportunity to learn a fantastic technique with UK based artist Lizzie Godden … not to be missed! The Workshop “We will begin with using the technique that India Flint used with her grandmother, which inspired her to try printing on fabric with leaves. Using freshly gathered leaves we’ll use a rolling technique to print onto silk.… Read More An Introduction to Eco-Printing with artist Lizzie Godden

Jane Jacobs: Seeing Potential Art Wherever You Walk

“No matter where in the world you go, there are plants indigenous to that area that make wonderful dye material”.  Jane Jacobs is an explorer, a food lover, a person who is councious about the possibilites that nature offers. As a textile artist, her practice concentrates on creating unique textiles with handmade felt, silk and… Read More Jane Jacobs: Seeing Potential Art Wherever You Walk

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