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Maggie Grey's Workshop on the Web
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Welcome to Workshop on the Web, a publication exclusive to the internet, featuring the very best tutors from all points of the compass, giving step-by-step details of textile techniques and ideas for using those techniques creatively. Machine embroidery, hand stitching, mixed media work - you'll find it all here. We review books and products and keep you in touch with all that's new.

Undecided? We have provided a free taster issue of Workshop on the Web which is entirely free and unrestricted. To view it, click the free taster button below (or Free Taster at the top of the page). Future issues can be accessed by subscribers through a password. We promise that each issue will have at least seven workshop features, an interview with a well-known embroiderer plus other articles of general interest. Also, products - not just what's new but how to use them, book reviews, news and views. Add all this together and it's far more than a magazine - more like getting a new book four times a year. All for 20.00 pounds for a whole year's subscription (about $30). Even more reason to sign up.
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In this edition, Ann Small is gem setting, Lynda Monk uses Thermofax screens with Lutradur and Xpandaprint (we have a Kit to accompany this workshop!), Alice Fox is leaf stitching, Judy Joiner is making a fabulous Shibori Bracelet, Helen Terry is mark-making, Juliette Orton is working with wire, Gabi Mett and Judith Mundwiler show us their innovative printing techniques and Annette Morgan is using the Embellisher. Our celebrity interview is with Michele Carragher. We also have the usual bumper crop of Products, Books, News and Exhibition reviews.

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AVAILABLE NOW 'Cut, Shape, Stitch' is a new book by Maggie Grey, Samantha Packer & Paula Watkins. It aims to bring together cutters of all descriptions. The book progresses through simple shapes and techniques to more complex structures. Each section begins with a description of the tools used and the materials required. In many cases step-by-step photographs show exactly how it is done. So come on a journey that will explore the full potential of the cutting edge.There are ideas for all manner of cutting devices, from simple hole punches to easy scan or computer controlled cutters that enable you to import your own designs. Some of them can even be used as printing presses. Find out more on
21st Century Yarns
Art Van Go
Beadworkers Guild
d4daisy Books
Distant Stitch
Double Trouble
Margaret Beal
Mulberry Silks
Oliver Twists
Studio Preniac

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Most contributions to Workshop on the Web have previously been commissioned. However, if you have something to say that could suit an article, email Maggie Grey with an outline.
Views expressed by authors may not necessarily reflect those of the editor.
Authors of articles published in Workshop on the Web retain copyright of the material. It is assumed that authors are personally responsible for any copyright clearances relating to articles in Workshop on the Web and no responsibility attaches to publisher Maggie Grey or any of her or their associates or employees in this respect.
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Subscribers may print one copy of each Workshop on the Web article for their own use. Otherwise, reproduction of any material published in Workshop on the Web is allowed only with the written permission of the editor.
Health & Safety. Take reasonable care with all paints etc. and only use them in a well-ventilated room. Take precautions when burning fabric, using a respirator when doing so. If soldering and fabric singeing, do so in an area with as much natural ventilation as possible - all windows open etc. Use common sense and follow health and safety instructions. Neither Maggie Grey nor any of her associates or employees has any responsibility for the outcome of the techniques described.