Emma Mattson's Moss Embroideries Pay Homage to Lichen of All Kinds
Emma Mattson pays homage to lichen with a collection of intricate moss embroidery. Using a variety of textures, she creates sculptural hoop art.
“The Experimenter” Lush Bath Bomb Review
When I first started buying Lush products, the Experimenter was something I ached to try but my local store didn't stock it and it could only be found at the Oxford Street store - Or so I thought, as I didn't yet know of the online store, oops! When the new stock arrived, along with…
Microscopic Plant Cells - Images | Kuhn Photo
Beauty in nature: microscopic plant cells. It all comes down to patterns... texture, colour and pattern inspiration #design
How To Rust Dye Fabrics
We are all familiar with rust, and usually find it a nuisance that we have to either get rid of or avoid. Did you know, however, that the natural property of rust to permanently colour ...
Eugene Textile Center's color maeven, Janis Thompson taught an eco dye workshop, in the style of India Flint. We foraged dyestuff from our yards and fields and travels and made masterpieces! First we organized our raw materials onto a wet silk scarf... some of the materials on this scarf are marigold petals, blackberries and blackberry…
I am reducing prices on my work for the remainder of 2009-Read more here I am featuring a piece of my work every day or so through the end of the year. Here's today's piece: "Crane Series I" 2008 By Tracy McCabe Stewart 20"x20" Hand dyed and commercial cottons, digitally created fabric. Machine quilted. 2010…
Feutre, laine mérinos, mohair. Roche - Ardèche. Nuno soie et laine recto, verso. Feutre soie et laine travaillées à l'Embellisher, broderie main Laine sur molleton, piqué libre Nuno soie et laine, teinture micro-ondes Nuno dentelle et laine Feutre de laine, fils fantaisies Nuno mousseline de soie et laine, galets en feutre. Galets en feutre, embellis de dentelle, tricot. Galets Lapilli - Equateur Feutre de laine, broderie avec fils de laine épais.
Helen Terry - Experimentation
Over the past few months I've been experimenting with different ways of making marks on cloth. While I love the linear marks I have been producing with shibori and other techniques, I don't want to just keep repeating myself. So I've been shaking things up. I