Exciting tutorials from contemporary artists
For nearly 20 years, Workshop on the Web (WoW) was 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. There, you’ll find more workshops by great artists, videos showing new techniques, Lynda Monk’s Marvellous Mixed Media course, an online Gallery featuring work by our WOWies, together with access to our blog and members-only Facebook group.
WOWbook 07 cover
WOWbook 07 with Guest Editor, Lynda Monk
In this edition:
- Chris Gray creates Medieval Fragments using embossing powder, screen printing and stitch
- Maggie Grey describes her technique for rubbing away photo transfers
- Jan Horrox makes a cloth doll with a difference
- In our special feature, Amo House tells us how she creates her colourful temari balls
- Sue Munday uses computer design, Thermofax printing and stitch to create a collage
- Julie-Ann Wrathall layers with wax and dammar
- Maggie Grey talks to Nikki Parmenter about her work in our celebrity interview
In the free online Members’ Club, Nikki Parmenter starts us off in the Bonus Workshops section by showing us how to create her dragonfly dish, and Karen Torrisi makes a hand-beaded fluted rose which can be used to embellish your work. Amo House talks temari balls in her Video and we also have Lynda Monk’s next Pots & Pods Video.
More content will be added to the Members’ Club throughout the coming months, including the continuation of Lynda’s Marvellous Mixed Media course where she takes a different technique or material and explores it in depth.
Bought the book? Go to the Members’ Club (for the extras) with the book to hand for the password. See you there!
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In this latest WOWbook, we have step-by-step articles by some fabulous artists. Chris Gray uses embossing powder, screen printing and stitch to create her Medieval Fragments, Maggie Grey has a great technique for rubbing away photo transfers, Jan Horrox makes a cloth doll with a difference, Amo House tells us how she creates her colourful temari balls, Sue Munday produces a collage using computer design, Thermofax printing and stitch and Julie-Ann Wrathall is layering with wax and dammar. In our celebrity interview, Maggie Grey talks to Nikki Parmenter about her work.
Previous WOWbooks still available
The FREE Members’ Club
Part of the strength of the WOWbook lies in the Members’ Club. Hosted on this website, all who have purchased the book receive bonus online workshops and videos, book and product reviews. Look out for more of Lynda’s Marvellous Mixed Media course – coming soon. Also the members-only Facebook group has been a great success in encouraging participation that goes far beyond the book, as has our online Gallery where we show the fantastic work you have created from our WOWbooks.
Latest Blog Posts
Following the release of Michele Carragher’s book Trace, we bring you our Celebrity Interview with her from the September 2015 issue of Workshop on the Web.
Good afternoon. We are delighted to tell you that WOWbook 07 has just arrived and we are busy packing it up ready for launch next week. In this bumper edition: Chris Gray creates Medieval Fragments using embossing powder, screen printing