Issue 63 Pattern March/April 2015
Editorial by Linda Brassington
‘…the control of her materials and techniques have resulted in richly decorative works of
Editorial following an e-interview at the invitation of Sun Ningyi, Editor of the Chinese Handicraft Electronic Magazines, the first to focus on craft, culture and design in mainland China attached to the business media group, Qikan.
In agreement with Sun Ningyi.
Textile Fibre Forum – the Australian magazine for textile arts
Volume 31, Issue 4 2012
Editorial following an e-interview at the invitation of Janet de Boer OAM for Textile Fibre Forum – the Australian magazine for textile arts
‘My career has certainly had a few hiatuses – I left college to take a gap year and with my earnings bought my first lot of indigo and fabric’.
In agreement with Janet de Boer.
Journal for Weavers, Spinners and Dyers
231 Autumn 2009
Originally requested and written for the Journal for Weavers, Spinners and Dyers.
‘The time to keep faith arrives when the bundle is relinquished to the golden depths.’
In agreement with the Journal for Weavers, Spinners and Dyers
This contains two articles in Hungarian as merged PDF files.
A Review by Anna Dolanyi of the Hungarian Quilters Guild of 2000 Pattern Combinations in Hungarian and English.
An appraisal by Klára Lazarovits Gelencsér of the presentation at the Budapest Textile Museum in Hungarian and English.
(nb The presentation was in English and detailed accuracies were understandably lost in translation at both stages.)
Workshop on the Web
Originally requested by Maggie Grey and written for Workshop on the Web.
‘This wonderful article is a detailed study of the process and ideology of indigo dyeing by an expert in the field.’
In agreement with Workshop on the Web
The World of Embroidery
Volume 47 No 2 May 1996
Originally requested and written for The World of Embroidery magazine.
‘As gold spoke of richness, so indigo spoke of a dignified simplicity.’
In agreement with the Embroiderers Guild.