TAUKO Magazine • Issue 7 The Art of Dressing • NOW 25% OFF

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TAUKO Magazine Issue 7 continues the artists theme. Throughout the ages, artists have used their clothing to stand up for political, environmental, or cultural ideals. Clothing is like a language, a form of expression that is both powerful and full of meaning. In this issue, TAUKO are diving into the art of dressing inspired by their favourite artists. 

As a sewist, you are holding the magic wand in your hands, and clothing and dressing can be turned into a new creative art form! The TEN garments featured in TAUKO Magazine No. 7 “The Art of Dressing” invite you to play with different roles, find new ways to express yourself and turn dressing into poetry! All the sewing patterns come in 9 sizes from bust width 31” / 78cm to 57.5” / 146cm.


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.

This collectable quarterly magazine contains 128 pages, with a modern aesthetic, that measures 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.

Featured Designers ∙ Abby Huston, Julie Bourgeois, Mila Moisio, Johanna Morris, Vanessa Hansen, Sadie Egan, Kaisa Rissanen, Aims Watts, Susanna Smailova, Sasha Huber

Articles, essays and columns:   

Dressing outside of Fashion: Artists and clothes Words by Victoria Rose Pass Paintings by Rauha Mäkilä photographed by Jussi Tiainen

The Reluctant Artist Interview with Jill Denton Drawings by Jill Denton, Photography by Ines De Nil

Deconstructed couture Words by Julie Bourgeois, Photography by Valquire Veljkovic & Julie Bourgeois

Craft letters: my Favourite Sewing Tools Words & photography by Atia Azmi

Clothing and Identity Words & photography by Vida Vazquez

Book Reviews

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