Workshop on the Web


 Have you heard about Maggie’s Workshop on the Web online magazine? Known to our fans as ‘WoW’.


Step-by-step workshops with the best tutors from all points of the compass. Six in each issue.
Everything from machine embroidery to mixed media. 
  • Featuring new and experimental techniques and, occasionally, a new twist on an old favourite
  • Articles on well-known embroiderers and other helpful features.
  • New products are reviewed in workshop formula, showing exactly how to use them.
  • Book reviews – we only show the best
  • Published four times a year for only 20 British pounds (about $30) for a full year.


There is a free taster issue on the website www.workshopontheweb.com


Freebie Alert

Although there is an entire issue available on our website we would like to offer you an extra workshop. 


Here is a typical example of one of my WoW workshops, featuring the use of metal shim and stitch to make giant flowers - great in the garden.



Click here to download the PDF of Maggie's metal workshop.





The current issue of Workshop on the Web has something for everyone. We have Laura Boswell making linocuts without a press and Jessica Richardson painting Bondaweb fusible webbing. Samantha Packer and Paula Watkins perfect their patterns with embossing powder, Anne Kelly shows us her collages in cloth, Lynda Monk tells us about her leap from paid employment to full-time textile artist and Kathyanne White has a new take on mixed media books, see example below. Carol Weibe exorcises the ghost in her machine and we read about the story so far with Siân Martin's Distant Stitch. You'll love it!



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