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Tapestry Related Blogs
Blogs provide a valuable source of information. An organisation or an individual might create them and they will contain not only reflections of practice and current topics but also a historic resource of often unique information. Many blogs can be subscribed to, sending notifications when a new post is available.
Topics range across a broad spectrum of subjects including reflections, questions, proposals, issues and ideas all loosely connected with tapestry weaving and tapestry art. Contributors are drawn from both within the British Tapestry Group and from outside it.
Rebecca has been a professional tapestry artist for many years. She teaches online, authors books on tapestry weaving and runs workshops and retreats.
This is the blog of tapestry artist Tommye Scanlin
The blog of tapestry artist and teacher, Kennita Tully
Diverse postings including book reviews, reflections on weaving, conferences, tapestry history and much more
The blog of Chrissie Freeth, tapestry weaver, features writer for UK Handmade, weaving features editor for the Journal for Weavers, Spinners and Dyers, Artist in Residence National Trust and trustee of the Heritage Crafts Association
Contributions from ATA members plus the biennial Blog Tours
A quirky blog from US-based tapestry and textile artist, Sarah Swett,
A blog from Canadian born Ellen Ramsey.
Beatrijs Sterk, initiator and Secretary-General of the European Textile Network (1991 - 2015), continues her journalistic work in her blog
Molly Elkind, tapestry artist, thinking aloud