WOWbook 04 — In another bumper edition, with Guest Editor Lynda Monk, we have more wonderful workshops from leading textile artists including –
Sue Brown gum is arabic transfer printing
Wendy Dolan creates a Gaudi-inspred panel using layered fabrics, paint and stitch
Anne Hellyer makes an appliquéd and machine embroidered seaside village
Amanda Hislop creates folding forms for her abstract landscapes
Anne Kelly transforms a pre-loved sewing box
Our 'Inspired by' series continues with the letter B with Carolyn Saxby, Suzette Smart, Janette Bright, Shirley Sherris and Rachael Singleton talking about the inspiration behind their work
Lynda Monk talks to Sandra Meech about her work.
This book is available as a softback 'real' book or as a PDF version, available for immediate download, which has active links throughout.
78 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. Here you will find additional workshops and videos, interviews and book reviews, together with Maggie's exclusive online course. Catch up with the up-to-date news on our blog and be inspired by our Gallery which contains work produced by our WOWies. We hope you will join us in our private Facebook group, where you can chat with fellow WOWies and share your work and ideas.