On sale from 4th March, Love Embroidery is aimed at beginner to intermediate embroiderers, delivering exquisitely photographed projects created by the most well-known and talented designers in the world, say the publishers. The magazine will also include the latest news from the world of embroidery, events, shows to visit, in-depth designer profiles and every issue comes with a gift.
Claiming to be the only embroidery title to include a cover kit, full size templates and stitch libraries, every issue of Love Embroidery will deliver inspiration, alongside expert technical features to enable readers to enhance their embroidery skills.
Liz Taylor, Publisher Director, Love Embroidery says: “Love Embroidery is an extremely exciting launch for us - it complements our market-leading craft portfolio perfectly by offering something really special for a new audience of embroiderers. A unique blend of exclusive projects, advice and inspiration alongside beautiful photography is what we do best – and we’re confident that it will be a success. We have already received very positive feedback from the industry and readers alike and we are excited to be an even bigger part of this thriving community”.
The first issue comes with 23 re-usable Iron-on Transfers with a ‘Spring’ theme designed by UK embroiderer, Jessie Doe Designs. Immediate says that Love Embroidery will be available in all major magazine retailers, including Tesco, Asda, Waitrose, Sainsburys, Hobbycraft and WHSmith, priced £5.99.