Celebrate beautiful traditions, from the crewel embroidery heritage of a 144-year-old needlework school in Scotland and time-honoured techniques in Japanese goldwork with a new design by Margaret Lee, to embroidering stitching accessories with gorgeous floral motifs by Ana Mallah and Margaret Light. We also bring you Alison Cole’s iconic Australian blossoms in stumpwork, Susan Casson’s enchanting three-dimensional turtle hatchling making its way to the ocean, a beaded dragonfly by Hazel Blomkamp.
Violets & Strawberries by Margaret Light
Two gorgeous needlerolls to keep your essential tools at your fingertips.
Paradise by Laurence Lieblich
Brightly coloured flowers and birds in surface embroidery.
Fireflower by Alison Cole
Stunning red-flowering gum with stumpwork leaves, blossoms and bee.
Yuki by Margaret Lee
Elegant panel of traditional snow motifs in Japanese goldwork.
Summer Blooms by Ana Mallah
Three charming needlework accessories featuring pretty garden flowers.
Tiny Turtle by Susan Casson
Delightful green turtle hatchling in stumpwork approaching the water’s edge.
Dragonfly by Hazel Blomkamp
Winged beauty depicted in needlelace and beading.
Jacobean Dream by The Wemyss School of Needlework
Cushion featuring crewel embroidery based on a 17th century crewel hanging.