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constructed textiles

Collection by Mia Hinton

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PESTLE- Social. Members of the society of the United Kingdom, specifically London, enjoy a very high standard of living. Both women and men have a strong interest in personal and cosmetic welfare, including care for their hair. This will be analysed further when looking into the industry (MarketLine A, 2015).

The Worshipful Company of Weavers Associate Prize was won by Amy Gair at New Designers exhibition in London. Amy is from Shetland and studied a BA in Contemporary Textiles at the University of High… Sketchbook Layout, Sketchbook Pages, Fashion Sketchbook, Sketchbook Inspiration, A Level Textiles Sketchbook, Sketchbook Drawings, Doodle Drawings, Portfolio Design, Fashion Portfolio

Exhibitions – The Weave Shed

Amy Gair won the 2014 Worshipful Company of Weavers Associate Prize. This single image shows the progression of her design from the original inspiration

Gear Threads – Harriet Popham’s Custom Machine Embroidery Textile Texture, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Free Motion Embroidery, Machine Embroidery, Shirt Embroidery, A Level Textiles, Textiles Sketchbook, Creative Textiles

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Need Contemporary Embroidery inspiration and ideas? Visit MrXStitch. We love Quilt Art, Modern Millinery, Needle Felt Art, 3D Textile Art, Machine Embroidery & Naughty Needlework!

Beachcomber Collagraph by SallyWinterEtchings on Etsy Plate Collage, Art Du Collage, Collagraph Printmaking, Sea Life Art, A Level Art, Print Artist, Textile Art, New Art, Abstract Art

Beachcomber Collagraph SOLD | Etsy

This Collagraph is a two plate collage , constructed from found materials and drawn and cut base board. it is a representation of sea forms and shapes and reflects the erosion and multilayered textures found along the Dorset Coast where i walk. The found materials are fixed to the board and finally varnished to provide a surface which can be inked and printed from . it is printed on 200lb Bockingford paper and is an irregular form . It measures roughly 16 inches x 9 inches and has a generous…

This is a handmade machine stitched textile cup and saucer. Made from layers of fabric including silk and hand dyed Egyptian cotton, using the free machine embroidery style of sewing Size approximately cup x saucer x Textile Sculpture, Textile Art, Fabric Bowls, Creative Textiles, Quilting Board, Free Machine Embroidery, Polymer Clay Art, Felt Art, Couture

3D Textile Cup & Saucer

This is a handmade machine stitched textile cup and saucer. Made from layers of fabric including silk and hand dyed Egyptian cotton. Size approximately cup 4" x 3.75" saucer 6.75" x 2"

Fashion Sketchbook - fashion design inspired by autumnal leaves with textiles texture development & fabric manipulation samples // Zara Hussain Textiles Sketchbook, Fashion Design Sketchbook, Sketchbook Pages, Fashion Sketches, Sketchbook Ideas, Fashion Illustrations, Fashion Designer Quotes, Fashion Art, Trendy Fashion

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Fashion Sketchbook - fashion design inspired by autumnal leaves with textiles texture development & fabric manipulation samples // Zara Hussain

Louise Baldwin Louise Baldwin These pieces are constructed mainly from the mundane waste of domestic packaging; biscuit wrappers, medication boxes, card from toys etc. It is collaged together and then machine stitched to just take it back a level before `idyllic' or naive imagery is hand stitched onto the surface. I have become interested in the different levels at which humans operate on a day-to-day basis; the ordinary and the throwaway elements placed alongside our imagination, ambitions… The Throwaways, A Level Textiles, Textile Artists, Naive, Creative Inspiration, The Ordinary, Hand Stitching, Applique, Surface

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Louise Baldwin Louise Baldwin These pieces are constructed mainly from the mundane waste of domestic packaging; biscuit wrappers, medication boxes, card from toys etc. It is collaged together and then machine stitched to just take it back a level before `idyllic' or naive imagery is hand stitched onto the surface. I have become interested in the different levels at which humans operate on a day-to-day basis; the ordinary and the throwaway elements placed alongside our imagination, ambitions…