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Needlework by Lindsey Windland

In Embroidery by Cinnamon McCullum

I am majorly craft crushing on Lindsey Windland.  She uses embroidery, applique work and a bit of beading to fabricate her work. Full of symbolism, one gets the impression that heartfelt intent goes into it …

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Stitch Work by Junko Oki

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Junko Oki is a Japanese stitch artist who uses freehand embroidery to create abstract images with cloth. Aside from art, she also creates accessories such as necklaces, pendants and…

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Embroidery for Alternate Worlds

In Embroidery by Cinnamon McCullum

I’m a massive fan of Game of Thrones. I read the first 4 books prior to the series being translated into a show, and I own the box set of each season.  Being well versed in this alternative world, I am happy with the conversion from book to TV thus far…

 

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Saja Was Here!

In Embroidery by Cinnamon McCullum

Craft darling Richard Saja is adored for the simplicity, vibrancy and cheeky quality of his Historically Inaccurate work.  Taking Toile de Jouy and stitching in colorful spots of embroidery…

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This Is For the Dead

In Embroidery by Cinnamon McCullum

In Mexico City, a group of embroiderers have taken on the duty of memorializing hundreds of cases of murdered and missing women.  Refusing to let these recurring crimes and political corruption silence the victims…

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Delicate Words Made Tangible

In Embroidery by Cinnamon McCullum

Words are powerful. They can be tender or they can be harsh. They can be whimsical and they can be inspiring.

Brooklyn artist Iviva Olenick  has a few ongoing “narrative embroidery”projects, using a minimalist style to…