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The British Tapestry Group publishes reviews of exhibitions, books and workshops through our international website and via eNews to members.

To send in a review please contact either the editor of Tapestry Weaver print journal tweditor@thebritishtapestrygroup.co.uk or the web manager webmanager@thebritishtapestrygroup.co.uk

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Marie Cuttoli: The modern thread from Miró to Man Ray

Edited by Cindy Kang Contributions by Laura Pirkelbauer, Laura L. F. Sevelis, Virginia Gardner Troy, K. L. H. Wells and Bruno Ythier Publisher: The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia (Distrib. Yale University...

Untangled - A Crafty Sheep’s Guide to Tapestry Weaving

Rebecca Mezoff  CraftySheepPress.com, 2020 ISBN 9781732571105 Review by: Paulette Furnival July, 2020 Rebecca Mezoff is a well respected tapestry weaver and great communicator whose online courses...

The Living Tapestry Workbook

Thoma Ewen Moon Rain Centre, 2018 9780969114758 Review by: Paulette Furnival, August 2020 The Living Tapestry Workbook is an introductory guide to designing and weaving tapestry. Throughout the book,...

Anatomy of a Tapestry: Techniques, Materials, Care

Jean Pierre Larochette and Yadin Larochette illustrated by Yael Lurie Schiffer Publishing, 2020 Hardcover ISBN 9780764359330 Review by Sally Reckert, July 2020 ‘Anatomy of a Tapestry: Techniques,...

Weaving Water, Woven Land

Exhibition hosted by BTG Scottish Region at Farfield Mill, Cumbria from 30 October 2019 Reviewer Margaret Parker Farfield Mill has several gallery spaces and the BTG exhibition occupied a light, airy...

Hannah Ryggen: Threads of Defiance

Thames & Hudson, 2019 288 pages ISBN 9780500094099 Hannah Ryggen : Threads of Defiance hardcover Review by Sally Reckert (sally@reckert.com) October 2019       Read the review...

Heallreaf 3

The third biennial exhibition of contemporary tapestries from around the world So many tapestry artists are drawn to the landscape as their source of inspiration. The flow of water runs through many of...
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