The Stitchers Journal from Caroline Zoob Designs - Issue 9

This is a beautiful Stitchers Journal from Caroline Zoob Designs Issue no: 9 March 2021

Caroline started the  The Stitcher’s Journal at the beginning of 2019, fulfilling a long-held ambition to create a publication free from advertising, dedicated to the art of embroidery. Issues so far have included some history, some stitching inspiration, profiles of professional embroiderers as well as features about the work of talented amateur embroiderers as well as articles about the use of makers’ notebooks, favourite stitches, new books to read, features about thread collections for different flowers or seasons, and more. I am very grateful to those who have contributed to the Journal this year, sharing their stories and work, contributing articles and proof-reading.

SKU: CZJournal-9
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