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Ruth Singer

Ruth Singer creates detailed and intriguing textile artworks inspired by historical textiles, museum objects, personal heritage, memory and stories. She uses natural and recycled textiles combined with hand stitching as well as fabric manipulation techniques to create detailed surface texture. She also writes books on textiles and sewing and teaches in her own studio as well as freelance.

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Pinning The Past – Victoria & Albert Museum Medieval Galleries

Following on from my post about the Indian textiles at the V&A, I’d like to…

Pinning The Past with Ruth Singer
Pinning The Past – Victoria & Albert Museum Indian Gallery

The Victoria & Albert Museum is world-renowned for its textiles and fashion collections, and rightly…

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Pinning The Past – Nepalese Shamanic Textiles

I was recently lucky enough to be near to the amazing Alain Rouveure Galleries in…

Pinning The Past – William Morris

  This month’s exploration of places to see historic textiles takes us to the Cotswold…

Pinning The Past – Bankfield Museum

For the next few months, Pinning the Past will be focussing on museums with marvellous…