Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
Tauko Magazine Issue 3
£23.00

Tauko

Tauko Magazine Issue 3

The third issue of the TAUKO magazine features 12 fabulous sewing patterns. The timeless designs created by international designers are treasured as the future heirlooms, pieces to cherish for generations to come. Making use of soft linen, silk, jersey and denim the boilersuits, tops and dresses come with many variations for differently skilled sewists. All patterns come in 9 sizes from bust width 31” / 78cm to 57.5” / 146cm. The articles, essays and columns talk about the value of vintage pieces bringing new perspectives and ideas to inspire the readers.

TAUKO Magazine is a pioneering independent print publication for home sewists around the world. The vast horizon of crafts, culture and climate is featured in sewing patterns, interviews, columns, articles, tips and recommendations by international contributors.

FORMAT
TAUKO is a 128-page collectable that measures in at 275mm high x 215mm wide. There are four folded paper pattern sheets included with the magazine. It is printed in Estonia with a glue and stitch binding to secure durability and easy reading.

DESIGNERS
Brittany Bumb, Oroma Cookey-Gam, Ivona Fodora, Rebekah Foley-Read, Sophie Hines, Jess Lucas, Gaëlle Martin, Mila Moisio, Lisa Oberländer, Johanna Morris, Kaisa Rissanen

Articles, essays and columns:
Mapping Vintage – Mila Moisio in conversation with Liisa Jokinen
Craft Letters: From the San Francisco Bay with Love by Sadie Egan
Over-All-Over maker story by Lisa Oberländer

Book Reviews
Essay about Clothing and Identity by Carolyn Denham
Column “Lessons in Value from Leona’s Quilt” by Katrina Rodabaugh
Article “Who Wants Dead White Man’s Clothes?” by Aja Barber

 

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As with other hand dyed yarns, we would recommend alternating skeins every two rows or so.

We care deeply about the environment and we're aware of the effects that chemicals can have on it, so we make every effort to exhaust all dyes in the dyebath so that no nasties go down the plughole. It is not always possible to exhaust *all* the dye, all the time, especially with certain dyeing techniques, so if you are intending on using your yarn for colourwork or with paler colours it pays to give it a wash first, just to be sure.

We try to ensure all colours look true on our monitor but they can vary substantially. If you’re unsure about a particular colourway please get in touch!

Notes

As with other hand dyed yarns, we would recommend alternating skeins every two rows or so.

We care deeply about the environment and we're aware of the effects that chemicals can have on it, so we make every effort to exhaust all dyes in the dyebath so that no nasties go down the plughole. It is not always possible to exhaust *all* the dye, all the time, especially with certain dyeing techniques, so if you are intending on using your yarn for colourwork or with paler colours it pays to give it a wash first, just to be sure.

We try to ensure all colours look true on our monitor but they can vary substantially. If you’re unsure about a particular colourway please get in touch!

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