Jo Hyam - made by sandwiching silk fibres, tiny pieces of fabric and textured threads between layers of soluble film & machine stitched. I may add hand stitching, beads, or glitter. - damp cloth is placed over a mould, eg a vase, a medium (such as varnish) added, and left to dry; the more shaped, ruched or folded pieces will be dried with a hair drier to set the piece before being left for up to a week to dry completely. http://www.johyam.co.uk

Jo Hyam - made by sandwiching silk fibres, tiny pieces of fabric and textured…

This little bowl was inspired by the stunning natural beauty of icebergs. I’m fascinated by ice, shimmering in shades of blue and silver as well as white, with fantastic textures and shapes. Although amazingly delicate in appearance, and very light weight, the bowl is not as fragile as it looks – it will survive a fall much better than glass or ceramics! Its not rigid, and is intended to be decorative rather than functional. As it’s round, without a flat base, it won’t always sit up straight…

Ice Bowl textile art vessel free machine by chocolatefrog on Etsy

Sandwiches, Hand Stitching, A Medium, Vases, Fiber, Jo O'meara, Bowls

Untitled H: Silk fibres, mixed fabrics and threads, machine stitch Copyright Jo Hyam 2005

Flower Crochet, Bowls


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