Kate and Rachel launched their new sewing community website The Fold Line in 2015. An instant hit with sewers and bloggers, it has become the go-to web resource for all sewers; from those who love to make their own clothes to embroiderers, toy makers – in fact anyone who loves fabric and thread!
We meet Janet Bolton and find out more about how she uses fabric, needle and thread to create stunning and unique works of art. Janet is an author and teacher, but first and foremost is an artist. In Janet’s own words, she creates ‘textile pictures using the simplest of hand sewing techniques’.
Jessie Fincham is a quilter and hugely passionate about quilt-making in all forms. In particular, she has a real love for the traditional piecing technique of English Paper Piecing.
StephieAnn creates luxurious silk lingerie inspired by British poetry. Launched in 2014 by founder and designer Stephanie Ann Woolven, each piece is carefully handmade in the Welsh Valleys using couture techniques in the softest silk.
Harriet Frances Stiles studied Hand Embroidery at the Royal School of Needlework. She graduated last year and is now a freelance embroidery and embellishment designer, making gorgeous hand embroidery jewellery and adornments.
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