Needlework

Contemporary Needlework Birds by Jurianne Matter

Let's meet Dutch designer and crafter universalis Jurianne Matter. She created a wonderful contemporary needlework birds pattern and other spring inspired embroidery templates especially for KOEL.

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KOEL Kid – VaskavullaKnit – Part II

Let’s get to know this fun and refreshing fibre artis. Let's interview Vaskavullaknit, and find out MORE about her creative path and humble vision.

KOEL Kid – VaskavullaKnit – Part I

Let’s get to know this fun and refreshing fibre artist, Thea Rytter aka Vaskavullaknit, and find ou all about her creative path and humble vision.
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Valeria Faúndez – Embroidery Art

Let's meet embroidery artist Valeria Fáundez who adds a dash of charm to every objects. From kitchen utensils to long forgotten pieces of rusty metal.

The Woven Path: Ipnot Embroidery

Let’s find out more about Ipnot and her spellbinding embroidery designs. This Japanese embroidery artist’s work literally pops off the fabric.

Embroidery art by Ulla-Stina Wikander

Let's meet Swedish maker Ulla-Stina Wikander who loves dressing up obsolete household items with classic cross stitch embroidery art.

The Woven Path: Celeste Johnston

Let’s chat with embroidery artist Celeste Johnston about how she turned her passion into a professional career and the interesting path that led her to it.
Darling, crack a smile

Crack a smile

“Darling, crack a smile”... How often have you had that said to you while you were minding your own business? Photographer Mia Mala McDonald and needlwork artist Catherine Tipping had enough of this approach. So they created the joint exhibition Why Doesn’t She Crack A Smile? 

The Woven Path: Ksenia Guseva

Combining her love for architecture, drawing and embroidery, Ksenia Guseva creates pieces that captures amazing landscapes of cities not through a camera, but her trusty ol’ needle and thread.