FIBRE Art PODCAST

Stitch Safari

Australian Textile Artist, Cathy Jack Coupland hosts this brand-new fortnightly safari-inspired podcast, now with over 20K downloads.  Journey into the beguiling world of stitch, textiles, design and embroidery, with insights into its history, use, and innovations. Join this unique expedition and thread your way into the amazing and irresistible world of needle and thread.

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Book Reviews From My Library #1

Book Reviews From My Library #1

Books are essential for my peace of mind, so I have a variety in my library covering technique, inspiration, history and those I simply love to look at. I've chosen three books published at different times - 1980, 1994, and 2013 giving scope to all those ideas just...

Critiquing Your Art

Critiquing Your Art

Why not promote and hone the skills you need to self-critique and in doing so, become a more complete and well-rounded artist in the process?

What Do You Want From A Workshop?

What Do You Want From A Workshop?

In this episode of the Stitch Safari Podcast, I want to make people think and have an understanding of what our expectations are for the workshops we book into.  Is it to take work in a particular direction, or is it to have fun, relax and enjoy creating with other...

The Hidden Gems Behind Success

The Hidden Gems Behind Success

To move forward with our work we need to exercise all the areas of artistic life that many don’t think about and even more, don’t or won’t acknowledge. But these reliable, dependable, and all-so-necessary areas are there, because if we don’t work with them, we...

Why Not Start A Blog?

Why Not Start A Blog?

Can I encourage embroidery and textile artists to at least think about starting a blog?  Let’s see. The worlds of embroidery and textiles must be two of the most exotic, artistic, expressive and creative genres known to man - imagine all that amazing history, colour,...

Embroidery onto Paper and Metal

Embroidery onto Paper and Metal

The idea of using either paper or metal in embroidery work is to add to the offering of infinite creative options available to the modern embroiderer. Metal thread embroidery has a close attachment to the symbolic significance of gold, representing the magical power...

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