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The Shetland Tweed Company's new shopRead MoreJanuary 23, 2021

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The Shetland Tweed Company has a new online shop!

The ArcticRead MoreDecember 5, 2020

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A new exhibition has reopened at the British Museum in London: Arctic: Culture and Climate .

Embroidery and apartheidRead MoreNovember 28, 2020

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The apartheid years in South Africa were hugely destructive to many lives. Embroidery is helping some come to terms with the trauma.

The Secret Garden Read MoreOctober 24, 2020

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Gardening and nature has been a life-saver for humanity.

The Red DressRead MoreOctober 3, 2020

A red dress, weighty with embroidery and symbolism, holds many stories.

KolamRead MoreSeptember 5, 2020

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Kolam is the Asian art and craft of making patterns out of ground rice to greet the start of each day.

The embroidered bed sheetRead MoreAugust 22, 2020

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The Imperial War Museum might seem an unlikely place for a textile, but...

Making a robe in the Qing DynastyRead MoreAugust 15, 2020

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During China's Qing Dynasty, imperial robes required attention to detail and a lot of work.

Embroidering Hong Kong's neon signsRead MoreJuly 11, 2020

The neon signs in Hong Kong are disappearing but for one art student they are proving to be inspirational.

Article of the Week - number eighteenRead MoreJune 13, 2020

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Each week a piece from the studio collection is selected for inclusion on the blog. This week we stay in Africa and my birth town of Bulawayo in Zimbabwe.