Clare Hunter | 'Embroidery became her emotional and political representative'

Clare Hunter | 'Embroidery became her emotional and political representative'

Interweaving stories from her own life with historical examples, Clare Hunter’s non-fiction début reframes needle-work as a powerful and political medium.

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