Exciting tutorials from contemporary artists
For nearly 20 years, Maggie Grey’s Workshop on the Web (WoW) has been an innovative online magazine for all textile enthusiasts. The great news is that WoW is now a book. But not just a book as all who buy it will gain free access to the WOWbook Members’ Club. Here, you’ll find more workshops by great artists, videos showing new techniques, Maggie Grey’s online course, a selling gallery and access to the ‘members only’ Facebook pages.
WOWbook December 2017
A quality bound and printed book, with workshops, interviews, product reviews, exhibitions, news etc.
Plus extra workshops, reviews, interviews and videos on the website, which will be added at times throughout the year.
And access to our private Members’ Facebook page.
In this issue:
- Hilary Beattie is working with print, paint and stitch
- Laura Edgar brings us landscapes with machine and hand embroidery
- Angie Hughes covers a multitude of techniques in a small panel
- Caroline Bell lets us into the secrets of Eco-dyeing
- Maggie Grey is working on a mixed media narrative vessel
- Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn speak to Samantha Packer about their work
- We have a special extra on Hero Products and how to use them, with Amanda House
Bought the book? Go to the Members’ Club (for the extras) with the book to hand for the password. See you there!
Get the first issue of WOWbook for just £19 plus p&p
ebook or PDF also available
We’re really excited about our launch! Workshops include Laura Edgar's moody vintage landscapes, Caroline Bell's spectacular eco-textiles and Angie Hughes' mixed media magic. Plus Maggie Grey's Australian-inspired vessel, Hilary Beattie's amazing ideas for surface design and an interview with Jan Beaney and Jean Littlejohn featuring their new work. Click the pics on the right for more details.
And in the Members’ Club
Free when you buy the book: 6 months' membership of the WOWbook Members' Club - Workshops, Videos, Products and Maggie Grey's ongoing class. The password is in the book. Click the pics on the right for more details.
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This started off as a simple quick photo of a birch tree. We have been discussing stitching with birch bark on the members facebook page so this seems very appropriate.There need to be some good contrast in the pic for this to work.
My stitching Group, Beyond Stitch (we have now gone so far beyond stitch that we mostly just talk) always make just one card each and these are placed into a box and we take one each. This means that we only make one card and they are always a delight to receive.