I am excited to let you know that my work is featured in the current issue (88) of Inspirations Magazine, which is published in Australia. The profile, titled “A Wonderful World”, is a 3 page interview with lots of photos. The whole magazine is beautifully produced and lives up to its reputation as “the world’s most beautiful embroidery magazine”.
I’m so impressed with the article layout and am thrilled to have a spread about textile super star Kaffe Fassett on the facing page! A big thank you to the editors at Inspirations for inviting me to tell my story and share my work with a wider audience of embroidery enthusiasts.
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Congratulations! Looks wonderful!
Congratulations, Salley! It looks like a beautiful article. And what a lovely magazine! All the best Martha
Congrats! I got my copy this week and was so thrilled to see you featured. I agree it is nicely done.
Thank you-just ordered & can’t wait. Congrats to you, Susan
Congratulations, Salley! You deserve it. As for Kaffe Fassett, I am one of his greatest fans! You are in very good company.
Congratulations, Salley!!! Also, NPC hasn’t really been happening much since Anne moved part-time to Maine…she’ll be back when winter starts to make it hard for her to live there, .. Just wanted you to know! Love, Maria
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Thanks Maria – we’re off to SC this week for my talk in Greenville.
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Wow, congrats, Salley! I will try to find the magazine.
Well done, young lady! Your followers are pleased!
I am so excited to see that your work has been selected for Inspirations. That is my favorite magazine, ever, so I will be looking for your article! Great, Salley!!! Nancy Kennerud
Gorgeous- looks amazing!
Wonderful. You are an inspiration!
congratulations, you have done beautiful work and that is wonderful magazine to be published in,
I am SO impressed, and inspired by your work!! My grandmother made 50 plus dolls when I was young from the plastic 8in tall dolls that she bought at the 5and dime store and dressed them in traditional clothing/costume for many different countries, getting her info from National Geographic and other sources. She made male and female examples for several countries. I am getting the bug to do the same with your technique, maybe not different countries,but certainly different characters as you have shown instructions !! Thank you so much for the enrichment and inspiration!! Kathryn Shaw