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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Kim Thittichai- cellophane , hand painting and heat gun

Kim's Hot Textiles: Extreme Surfaces for Stitch - West Dean College July 17 - 20 Everything you can do with Tyvec you can do with cellophane. Use some of the rolls you bought from Steve Johnstone.

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Fabric manipulation and textile design - by Marit Jujiwara fabric textile manipulation fashion design inspiration

Kim Thittichai - Constructed from heavy pelmet Vilene that needs little support and has a heat bondable glue on one side. The heavy interfacing was colourwashed with Procion dye powder on both sides and hand dyed silk fibres were then applied to the ‘sticky’ side to create a basic ‘landscape’ effect.

Lovely experimental work by Kim Thittichai. She uses Vylene, Tyvek, alcohol inks, metals and fabrics etc to create these magical works.

Kim Thittichai - I like the way this piece has been printed with the shinny background.

Kim Thittichai - I like the way this piece has been printed with the shinny background.

Decorated book cover video

Painted and foiled Bondaweb with painted, textured and foiled Tyvek The final day at West Dean was a day of layering an.

inspiration from Kim Thittichai

Kim Thittichai's subtle use of stitch helps create a focus point on a very busy background.

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