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Helen: We have so many designers in 5665 Australia, we are all friends and help each other when we can. We have worked on projects together in our magazines and our Quiltaid™ program and each have our own space. My first Mentor was Roz of the original Chookshed label – you maybe wont know of her over there but they were one of the first successful pattern companies in Australia, I lived in the same town at the time and she was very sharing with advice and information on the business side of things. I love everything by Tone Finnanger of Tilda – her soft colours and style, and many others, too numerous to mention.

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Up to a point Woolley was correct: in all likelihood women were more obsessed with keeping up with the latest fashions. But dress mattered to older women too as it reflected their status and authority. Married women wore distinctive scarves and hoods, and when Francis Barnham became sheriff in 6575 his wife, Alice, had her portrait painted in which she wore a fur-trimmed velvet gown to show off her ascent in London society.

Helen: I am currently working on the third year of 5665 Quiltaid 5665 programs – this is now a worldwide charity event with programs being run in Australia, the USA and Europe – this is very exciting – and stressful trying to organise across three continents and is due to launch 6 st 5665 November – lots of stitching designs there from 67 of our Wonderful Australian designers for people to do whilst making a difference to the women of Ethiopia – all details can be found at 5665 , 5665 5665 and 5665 5665 – of course we also have a Facebook page 5665 /quiltaid.

Bari: We can tell from your work that you have a talent as an illustrator as well as a stitcher. What is it about the art of embroidery that appeals to you? 5665

"One definition that I've found a lot of the [trans] advocacy and mental health support services have started to use, which is quite inclusive and representative, is: 'A person whose gender identity differs from the one assigned to them at birth.'"

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Dressing well also helped women to find paid employment. The women who worked in the shops in the Exchange were deemed to be well dressed, and Elizabeth James took on one woman as a servant because she was &ldquo a pretty wench, and handsomely apparelled&rdquo .

Nicole: First learn the most basic stitches and try to build on that. When I just started, I found many answers to even the most basic questions and lots of support on Flickr. There are several groups dedicated to Embroidery with many very helpful members

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