EGA Member Natalie Dupuis discusses Goldwork embroidery and more on Stitchery Stories podcast

Natalie Dupuis, embroidery designer and EGA member from Canada, was recently featured on Susan Weeks podcast Stitchery Stories. Natalie is a recipient of our Research Fellowship Grant Award, awarded for in-depth research in all areas of embroidery and allied textile arts, and to create a basis for dialogue between EGA and other grant and research institutions. You can read more about this and other EGA scholarship and awards here.

You can learn more about Natalie’s work on her website Sew by Hand and on her Facebook Page.

Listen to the podcast below to hear about Natalie’s stunning embroidery, the steps she took to move from teaching children to teaching Goldwork embroidery and much more.

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