Issue 84, April 2022 ANZEG Threads magazine out now

ANZEG Threads magazine

The Association of New Zealand Embroiderers' Guilds produces a magazine every six months featuring the best of New Zealand embroidery, news from Guilds all over New Zealand and special features on different embroiderers and techniques.

Threads was first published in October 1980 and started out as a black and white issue of 28 pages.

It is now 68 glorious full colour pages full of embroidery delights. It comes out every April and October. Subscriptions are welcome.

< Our latest 64page issue, #84 | April 2022, includes:

Profiles

Robin Aitken: Mistress of TVNZ's wardrobe

Liz Cooper: Contemporary craft and textile curator and
      speaker at Conference 2022

Glenys Fry of Marlborough Embroiderers' Guild

 

Exhibitions

ANZEG Postbag Challenge 2021 review: Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend

plus 8 other exhibitions, including the Taranaki/Wanganui/Manawatu regional

News

Embroidered history - find out more about European Whitework

Hawke's Bay welcome stitchers into local libraries

Book reviews - 6 different books that are well worth a read

...and so much more!

Our next issue comes out in OCTOBER 2022.

Please send articles to the Editor before Sunday September 4, 2022.

For more information please contact the Threads Editor:

Caroline Strachan
email: editor.threads@gmail.com

To advertise or subscribe contact:

Amanda Sherman
email: embroiderynzwebsite@gmail.com

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#84, April 2022 Threads

This traditional or nué (goldwork) piece is called MISREMEMBRANCES and was stitched by Maria Champion-Forster, Wellington.

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This traditional or nué (goldwork) piece is called MISREMEMBRANCES and was stitched by Maria Champion-Forster, Wellington.

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