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5 Punch Needle Artists You Need to Know

Discover the amazing work of five textile artists who are experts with the magic embroidery pen

Punch needle embroidery, made with a magic pen, is a global trend in the art of textiles. It is a technique that allows you to create volume and textures using threads of different thicknesses and weights and achieve a very attractive finish. It is used to create home decor items as well as to make toys, garments, jewelry, and much more.

We introduce you to 5 artists who are dedicated to this wonderful technique.
Their styles are very different. Follow them to be able to create your own designs in punch needle, starting at all levels of experience, whatever your preference in design or color palette. Get to know them all!

Micah Clasper-Torch

The US textile artist and designer specializes in making punch needle accessories and clothing. Her work is characterized by beautiful geometric designs.

Micah Clasper-Torch
Micah Clasper-Torch

Adeline Wang

The US textile artist specializes in punch needle and leather. She creates colorful compositions of jewelry, accessories, and decorative pieces, such as rugs, cushions, and tapestry.

Adeline Wang
Adeline Wang

Sara Lunart

The Chilean visual artist and illustrator specializes in textile art and in the magic embroidery pen technique. She creates impressive and highly realistic compositions, thanks to her skillful use of contrast and color.

Sara Lunart
Sara Lunart

Agnès Pironon

The French textile artist creates all sorts of hand-made projects. She makes cushions in the shape of animals, as well as colorful wall hangings and rugs, with fun and child-like themes, all in the punch needle method.

Agnés Pironon
Agnés Pironon

Caro Bello (@carobello)

The Argentinian graphic designer is a self-taught punch needle practitioner. Check out her Domestika course Punch Needle XL Embroidery.

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