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Isabella Rosner’s new book, “Stitching Freedom: Embroidery & Incarceration
An embroidered nutmeg, from the Witney Antiques collection.
Isabella Rosner is one of those rare people who sets a course where no course exists and, with persistence and hard work, reaches her goals. In this week’s conversation, sponsored by the Embroiderers’ Guild of America and Sassy Jacks Stitchery, we learn how Isabella’s love of textile arts drove her all the way to earning a PhD from King’s College of London. Her thesis was “Women Professing Godliness with Good Works: British and American Quaker Women’s Art before Ackworth and Westtown, 1650-1800.” She is now a curator at the Royal School of Needlework, charged with digitizing the massive RSN collection (learn about that project in our March 2, 2024 show and visit the RSN website to enjoy the first 100 pieces from the collection), and Research Associate at Witney Antiques. In addition to that work, she has written a new book, “Stitching Freedom: Embroidery and Incarceration,” available at the RSN website, and is the host of the Sew What? podcast, a periodic show that will provide you with extensive information about textile arts. Folks who love textile arts and the history behind them would do well to closely follow Isabella’s work as we’ve only just begun to learn from this talented lady.–Gary

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This show is also available on FlossTube. Click here to view it.

Visit the EGA website at egausa.org and consider joining.
This week’s sponsor is Sassy Jacks Stitchery at sassyjacksstitchery.com.
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Isabella Rosner’s new book, “Stitching Freedom: Embroidery & Incarceration
An embroidered nutmeg, from the Witney Antiques collection.
Isabella Rosner is one of those rare people who sets a course where no course exists and, with persistence and hard work, reaches her goals. In this week’s conversation, sponsored by the Embroiderers’ Guild of America and Sassy Jacks Stitchery, we learn how Isabella’s love of textile arts drove her all the way to earning a PhD from King’s College of London. Her thesis was “Women Professing Godliness with Good Works: British and American Quaker Women’s Art before Ackworth and Westtown, 1650-1800.” She is now a curator at the Royal School of Needlework, charged with digitizing the massive RSN collection (learn about that project in our March 2, 2024 show and visit the RSN website to enjoy the first 100 pieces from the collection), and Research Associate at Witney Antiques. In addition to that work, she has written a new book, “Stitching Freedom: Embroidery and Incarceration,” available at the RSN website, and is the host of the Sew What? podcast, a periodic show that will provide you with extensive information about textile arts. Folks who love textile arts and the history behind them would do well to closely follow Isabella’s work as we’ve only just begun to learn from this talented lady.–Gary

Listen to the podcast:

https://www.wetalkfiber.com/podcasts/ft344.mp3

This show is also available on FlossTube. Click here to view it.

Visit the EGA website at egausa.org and consider joining.
This week’s sponsor is Sassy Jacks Stitchery at sassyjacksstitchery.com.
You can listen by using the player above or you can subscribe to Fiber Talk through iTunes, Stitcher, Amazon Music, Spotify, Audible, Google Podcasts, TuneIn, Podbay, Podbean, and many other podcast sources. To receive e-mail notification of new podcasts, provide your name and e-mail address below. We do not sell/share e-mail addresses.

Here are some links:

We hope you enjoy this week’s show with Isabella Rosner. We’re always looking for guests, so let us know if there is someone you’d like us to have on the show.

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Email


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