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TAUKO - Sewing, Climate, Culture, Community - Issue 7

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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 powerful and full of meaning.
In this issue we are diving into the art of dressing inspired by our 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 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 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.
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
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

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Das TAUKO Magazin ist eine wegweisende unabhängige Printpublikation für Heimnäher und Mode- und Kulturliebhaber, die ein großes Herz für den Planeten haben. Es hat seinen Hauptsitz in Helsinki und Berlin und wird von Kunstforschern, Modedesignern, Machern und leidenschaftlichen Kämpfern für das planetare Wohlergehen, Kaisa Rissanen und Mila Moisio, gegründet und herausgegeben. Sein internationales Netzwerk von Mitwirkenden, Designern, Schriftstellern, Fotografen und Illustratoren teilt das Bedürfnis, der Welt achtsame und schöne Arbeit zu bringen.

Jede Ausgabe enthält mehr als 10 Schnittmuster-Designs von Prominenten und Newcomern aus der Näh-Community. Eine sorgfältig kuratierte Auswahl macht Designkleidung für jeden zugänglich, der das Nähen ausprobieren und neue Fähigkeiten erlernen möchte.

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Throughout the ages, artists have used their clothing to stand up for political, environmental, orcultural ideals. Clothing is like a language, a form of expression that is powerful and full of meaning.In this issue we are diving into the art of dressing inspired by our favourite artists. As a sewist, you areholding the magic wand in your hands, and clothing and dressing can be turned into a new creative artform! The garments featured in TAUKO Magazine No. 7 “The Art of Dressing” invite you to playwith different roles, find new ways to express yourself and turn dressing into poetry! All patternscome 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.FORMATTAUKO is a 128-page collectable that measures in at 275mm high x 215mm wide. There are fourfolded paper pattern sheets included with the magazine. It is printed in Estonia with a glue and stitchbinding to secure durability and easy reading.DESIGNERSAbby Huston, Julie Bourgeois, Mila Moisio, Johanna Morris, Vanessa Hansen, Sadie Egan, KaisaRissanen, Aims Watts, Susanna Smailova, Sasha HuberArticles, essays and columns:Dressing outside of Fashion: Artists and clothesWords by Victoria Rose PassPaintings by Rauha Mäkilä photographed by Jussi TiainenThe Reluctant ArtistInterview with Jill DentonDrawings by Jill Denton, Photography by Ines De NilDeconstructed coutureWords by Julie Bourgeois, Photography by Valquire Veljkovic & Julie BourgeoisCraft letters: my Favourite Sewing ToolsWords & photography by Atia AzmiClothing and IdentityWords & photography by Vida Vazquez

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