Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario
krista.mccracken@gmail.com

Tag: feminist craft

Two embroidery hoops with florals

Embroidery as Record and Resistance

My latest piece, Embroidery as Record and Resistance, can be found over at Contingent Magazine. A huge thank you to the Contingent Magazine team for their work, dedication, and innovation in creating a space for history online. My post looks at embroidery, feminist resistance, and protest. Photo – two embroidery hoops by me.

Heart made out of embroidery floss, right side reads Episode 26: Embroidery, History, and Resistance

Historical Reminiscents EP 36: Embroidery, History, and Resistance

I recently started learning to embroider.  My main reason for taking up embroidering was wanting to be stitch swear words radical sayings using a traditional feminine craft.  I loved the idea of juxtaposing feminist praxis with a domestic art.  In today’s episode I talk about the history of embroidery and textile arts as a form…
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