Cindy Jackson is a freelance embroiderer, embroidery designer and embroidery tutor based in Ottawa, Canada, with a fascination for Tudor embroidery. In fact Cindy is an expert in this area, with published research papers and she has also developed kits and classes focused on Tudor embroidery.
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Susan Weeks chats with Cindy today on Stitchery Stories embroidery podcast. Some highlights of our chat include:
- Learning how to teach online and loving it!
- Has online teaching breathed new life into embroidery?
- So many people are picking up a needle and enjoying the theraputic benefits of embroidery
- Enjoying her new basement studio during snowy weather and lockdown
- More online visibility for textile artists
- More online accessibility for experienced embroiderers and learners alike
- The habit of a daily Facebook post
- The consistency of keeping going is one of our biggest challenges with social media
- “Let’s do it online and make an adventure of it”
- It was a shot in the dark… applying to be an RSN Apprentice in the 70s, from Toronto!
- From RSN Apprentice to Cartographic Technician
- Flabbergasted by the Elizabethan Burse at the British Museum
- Where and What is Gutter Lane?
- Invenire Gaudium “Find Joy”
- The detailed process of creating a design for a kit or course
- Mailing envelopes around the world to eager students
- Helping stitchers to meet others from around the world
- “they are not UFO’s they are experiments!”
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Other places, people & things mentioned:
Burse For The Great Seal of Elizabeth 1 at the British Museum
Worshipful Company Of Broderers
Broderers Hall, Gutter Lane 1515 to 1940