DIY : Make Neon Coil Bowls using long strips of fabric +  neon orange ‘bricklayers line’ string from the hardware store

Neon-coil-bowl-DIY-fabric-bowl // Cut up some old T-Shirts or thrift store ones for this project rather than buy a spool of the same stuff

Learn how to create a fabulous sample or product using the seductive technique of FABRIC SLASHING. Quick and easy clear instructions with pictures...

The seductive world of fabric SLASHING!

Use w denim pot holders. Learn how to create a fabulous sample or product using the seductive technique of FABRIC SLASHING. Quick and easy clear instructions with pictures.

Retail Window ~ Tender Product Shop, displaying Cold Comfort by Sally Spinks - Cecil Court, London

Retail Window ~ Tender Product Shop, displaying Cold Comfort by Sally Spinks - Cecil Court, London Check Out Creative Freelance Services @ www.

Richmond- Burned and painted lace, looks like lichens

Lesley Richmond- Burned and painted lace, looks like lichens. Researching into how different materials react to fire.

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By Marit Fujiwara. “To create a sculptural fabric, I am experimenting with the printing technique of marbling; combining embroidery, bonding and pleating. Applying these fabrics into fashion creates unusual and intricate fashion garments.

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Textile Artist Marit Fujiwara uses stitch and fabric manipulation to build up textures with a marbled surface. Would be interesting to combine this with my other marbling experiments to create new textures.

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graduate collection 'Wound' by Marit Fujiwara, BA Textile Design grad from Chelsea College of Art and Design. this is a detail from a dress. you must click through to see her full garments. absolutely amazing and so inspiring.

...And Then We Set It On Fire: Creating Texture with Stitching and Fabric Manipulation - part 4

And Then We Set It On Fire: Creating Texture with Stitching and Fabric Manipulation - part 4

Textile work 2011, machine embroidered layers, burnt back with soldering iron. Learnt this technique after a work placement with Yvonne Brown, textile artist.

Textile work machine embroidered layers, burnt back with soldering iron. The artist "Learnt this technique after a work placement with Yvonne Brown, textile artist.


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