For nearly 20 years, Maggie Grey's Workshop on the Web (WoW) has been an innovative online resource for all textile enthusiasts. The great news is that WoW has become a high quality, bound and printed book.
In WOWbook 01, Hilary Beattie, Caroline Bell, Laura Edgar and Angie Hughes have written workshops with step-by-step instructions on how they create their brilliant work. Maggie has made a vessel and Amo House has a whole section with great ideas for using soluble products. We'll also be looking at Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn's brand new work.
This book is available as a softback 'real' book or as a PDF version, available for immediate download, with active links throughout.
64 pages with more than 150 colour images.
As always with the WOWbook series, it's not just a book but you receive exclusive admission to our Members' Club on our website at wowbook.d4daisy.com – only for those who have purchased the book.
For this issue, our online members' club includes:
full step-by-step workshops from Sherrill Kahn, Paula Watkins and Gina Ferrari, together with a look at zapping techniques
videos from Maggie Grey, Lynda Monk and Paula Watkins
interviews with Hilary Beattie and Hilary Hollingworth
book and product reviews
part 1 of Maggie's Multi-Coloured WOW Course – an in-depth online course which will build-up from this issue
our exclusive online Gallery where we display your work from the WOWbooks