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 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.
Don’t forget that it’s not just a book, but you also get exclusive admission to our members’ only club where, to start you off, you’ll find bonus workshops from Nikki Parmenter and Karen Torrisi. Plus there are videos from Lynda Monk and Amo House. Coming soon – we’ll be adding further Modules to Lynda Monk’s Marvellous Mixed Media course.
You’ll be able to order from Monday morning, 12th July over at www.d4daisy.com.
Good morning. We have a little pre-Christmas treat for you. Fran Holmes’ online workshop “Serviette Quilting” has just been added to the WOWbook 06 members’ club. Fran makes a book cover using a pretty paper napkin – so keep hold of those Christmas serviettes. They would be perfect for this project!
We would like to thank you all for your support through this difficult year. We have been bowled over by your kind comments about WOWbook 06 and are so pleased you are enjoying the book and the workshops.
We would like to wish you all a very Merry Christmas and here’s to a better New Year in 2021. Well, it can’t be much worse, surely!
We’ve got some great news for you today – WOWbook 06 is out now! We are so excited as it seems such a long time since we worked through WOWbook 05 and let’s face it – this year has been just a little bit weird …
We hope you’ll love the book. Lynda has joined us again as Guest Editor and has found some wonderful textile artists for you.
Sara Cook produces a wallhanging using the ancient Korean art of Bojagi, Jessica Grady uses recycled materials to produce creative embellishments and Gina Ferrari creates a painted and stitched collage to decorate your home. Nikki Parmenter celebrates Tulipmania by turning an image into a mixed media piece and Kate Wells produces beautiful embroidered lace on dissolvable fabric. In our special feature, Sue Brown, Louise Asher and Liske Johnson discuss their isolation stories in lockdown and show us their Same Sea, Different Boat covid quilt and in our celebrity interview, Lynda Monk talks to Christine Chester about her work.
We really hope you’ll enjoy the book.