Just when I think I’m getting a bit jaded about stitching and art in general, something comes along that makes me squiggle in my seat with joy.

This project by Cornelia Parker to celebrate the 800th anniversary of the Magna Carta is particularly pleasing, so I thought you might want to have a wee look.

Not only is it a beautiful example of the translation from digital to analogue, but I am particularly impressed by who she asked to stitch certain words (I’ll let you discover them in the film).

There seem to be a few large-scale collaborative embroideries and I’m gutted that I haven’t been able to participate in them (yet). If you’re in London, and you get a chance to see it, please tell me what you think!