Thursday, May 3, 2012

Handwerken zonder Grenzen



This post is about a top-notch Dutch textile craft magazine, called Handwerken zonder Grenzen, “Textile crafts without borders”. It covers all types of textile crafts, both contemporary and historical, and from all over the world. The magazine is written in Dutch, but do take a look at their site to get an idea of what it is like. The reason I write about it now, is that I was featured on their blog :-). Lisette from Studio Soil writes for their blog and decided to start a series on Dutch crafters. And I'm really honoured to be the first!

Het tijdschrift 'Handwerken Zonder Grenzen' is een instituut in Nederland. Het blad behandelt alle textiele werkvormen, zowel van dichtbij als ver weg, en van alle tijden. Wat mij enorm aanspreekt is de technische en theoretische focus van het blad. Het biedt niet alleen mooie plaatjes, je leert ook steeds weer iets nieuws . De reden dat ik nu over het blad schrijf, is dat er een stukje over mij op hun blog staat :-). Lisette van Studio Soil schrijft over leuke nieuwtjes op handwerkgebied en is begonnen met een serie over Nederlandse handwerkers m/v. En ik ben de eerste :-). Lisette, bedankt!

4 comments:

elmsley rose said...

Congratulations!!! :-)

Machteld said...

Thanks :-)

elmsley rose said...

It really annoys me how many people *read* a blog entry, but don't bother to write! I bet if you look at your blog stat (assuming you don't already know them) that heaps of people know about your *win*.

Oh dear, my blood sugar levels must be falling...I'm getting scratchy. I do love good food, and planning on a treat breakfast of procuiotto and melon after being at the market yesterday, but the Net is so much fun!

Machteld said...

I know all about the blood sugar thing: make sure you always eat well :-). As for the comments, ... I know people read it, and that means a lot to me!