More book reviews on some really good picks:
1. Ilze Aviks Workbooks #1 and #2 . Beautiful workbooks which she describes in the introduction as "not a how-to stitch book---it is an investigation into the stitched mark " and that describes this book completely. I love them and look forward to bringing them with me to Vermont on vacation soon. A slower project will be going with me. ( Yes, you will see this too but just not ready to share yet.)
2. Rayna Gillman's new book: Create Your own Freeform Quilt. This book on improvisational quilting is a delight and really gives you the freedom to explore what you can do with all kinds of fabrics and makes good use of scraps and the undesirables you may have. It is another read from the front to back kind book. You will read it again and again!
3. PUSH Stitchery:30 Artists Explore The Boundaries of Stitched Art Believe it or not, I found this little book at a local outlet store for a few dollars. It looked like it had been used but for a few bucks, it was a steal. Very , very cool book of 30 textile artists who have absolutely pushed the outside limits of the textile arts. It was a current find and it sits proudly on my coffee table as I enjoy it -artist by artist.
Any books you would like to add?
Have fun working on Christmas things this weekend, my friends.