cool blog about modern embroidery and textile art what i like: differing pattern, texture, but all in the same color - maybe good for creating a ground

Modern embroidery and textile art, what i like: differing patterns and texture. If these were made with brighter happier fabrics or neutral full colors, it can be something great.

1920s gown by Charles Frederick Worth. In this period of time the demand for luxury goods, including textiles and fashionable dress, reached levels that had not been seen since before the French Revolution

gown by Charles Frederick Worth. During this period, the demand for luxury goods, including textiles and fashionable dress, reached levels that had not been seen since before the French Revolution.

Textiles for Fashion - neutral shades & a beautiful mix of textures - fabric manipulation for fashion design; fiber art // Hafida Larkoubi

Textiles for Fashion - neutral shades & a beautiful mix of textures - fabric manipulation for fashion design; fiber art // Hafida Larkoubi Incredible texture inspiration I am amazed at this work

Inspired by building sites and construction, my final year project explores hand embroidery as a contemporary artistic expression.

constructive embroidery

Inspired by building sites and construction, my final year project explores hand embroidery as a contemporary artistic expression.

Contemporary Textiles Design - dyed, cut, layered & hand-stitched for a beautifully textured finish with metallic accents; fabric manipulation // Sarah Walton

Sarah Walton - contemporary textiles design - dyed, cut, layered, hand-stitched fabric for a beautifully textured finish with metallic accents manipulation

Navy Wrap & White lace.

Lace Details On The High Street

CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART: Textiles, rusty boats and peeling paint

aqua sea and turquoise ocean inspired textiles - sketchbook pages - Carolyn Saxby Mixed Media Textile Art

kim_singiru -- Textile artist Chung-Im Kim silk screens patterns onto industrial felt pieces, hand stitching the felt to create dimensional wall sculptures that seem to sway-

kim_singiru -- Textile artist Chung-Im Kim silk screens patterns onto industrial felt pieces, hand stitching the felt to create dimensional wall sculptures that seem to sway-

Simple Complexity - beautiful use of fabric manipulation to create contrast; horizontal & vertical gathering on two types of black fabric, sheer & opaque

Simple Complexity - beautiful use of fabric manipulation to create contrast; horizontal & vertical gathering on two types of black fabric, sheer & opaque: Giambattista Valli

Rosie James textile designer - I admire her highly textural, embroidered juxtapositions and the variety of colour tones, layers of imagery and patterns. An intriguing, complimentary contrast is evoked.

Groups) Rosie James textile designer - highly textural, embroidered juxtapositions and the variety of colour tones, layers of imagery and patterns.

Tracey Emin - Everyone I Have Ever Slept With- about lovers, family, and the two children she had aborted.

Tracey Emin -artist Everyone I Have Ever Slept With- about lovers, family, and the two…

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