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Workshop on the Web is a quarterly publication that is only available on the internet until December 2017. It features the very best tutors from all points of the compass, with step-by-step workshops showing details of techniques. These include hand and machine stitching, surface decoration, innovation in all its forms and make a point of showing how to work with new materials. Mixed media and paper arts are also included.

After this introductory issue, the workshop articles and the reviews will be password controlled. Your subscription brings you the password. A subscription costs only £12.00 (British pounds) for two issues (September and November). Each issue has at least seven complete workshops and an interview, in addition to the features listed above. From December 2017, Workshop on the Web will be available bi-annually in book form.

Have a look at them all but, perhaps, click on the pic to start with the workshop tasters below.
Note that the Product, News & Views and Book reviews were published in the September 2016 issue.



Click to link to the free workshop which expands Maggie's video on the WoW Facebook page.



Maggie Grey
Variations
on a
Theme
with
Maggie
Grey


Sherrill
Gorgeous
Wall
Hangings
with
Sherrill
Kahn


Isobel Moore
Paper, Fabric
Stitch
and Beads
with
Isobel
Moore




Amo House
Making a
Mixed-Media
Fabric
with
Amo
House


Kathryn Harmer-Fox
Sunflower
Art
Cushion
with
Kathryn
Harmer-Fox


Angela
Canvaswork
& Machine
Embroidery
with
Angela
Bentley




Jane Wild
Collagraph
Experiments
with
Jane
Wild


Angie Hughes
Put a Stamp
on it
with
Angie
Hughes


Juliette Orton
3D
Landscapes
with
Juliette
Orton



IN THE SEPTEMBER 2017 ISSUE

In the September 2017 edition, Carol Wiebe uses Gelli Plate printed fabric with freeform crochet Greta Fitchett is finding inspiration from old stone carvings, Leisa Rich is back with part 2 of her Fosshape article, Jane Dunneworld encourages us to get creative Ruth Norbury products an Autumn leaves bowl, Els van Baarle is silk screen printing, Paula Watkins continues her exploration of the colour palette Maggie tells us about her Sketchbooks and our celebrity interview is with Lynda Monk. We also have the usual bumper crop of Products, Books, News and Exhibition reviews.



d4daisy


IT'S HERE! Lynda Monk's new book, 'Beautiful Bonded Surfaces', is now available buy. She has some really exciting ideas for creating multi-media fabrics which combine Tyvek (an easily obtainable coated paper or fabric) with a variety of other materials using heat treatments. Lynda turns these surfaces into items as diverse as fashion garments, bags or intricate vessels. There will be extra online classes on the d4d site, with Lynda showing further explorations to those who have purchased the book. Find out more on www.d4daisy.com.



Accessing the Workshops

Workshops can be accessed through Adobe Acrobat (printer friendly (PDF) version). If you haven't got Adobe Acrobat reader, you can downloaded it free from http://www.adobe.com/products/acrobat/readstep2.html).