A heavily textured piece made using shibori tying and stitch techniques.

Felted Fabric Art - White textures made using shibori tying & stitch techniques - fabric manipulation, Yvonne Le Mare

Innovative Textiles Design with layers of leather & beaded embellishment for pattern & texture // Jade Sexton

April 2016 -Innovative Textiles Design with layers of leather & beaded embellishment for pattern & texture // Jade Sexton

Margarget Crowther - Crosscurrents/ fabulous colour palette and fabric manipulation in this interesting weave/tapestry artwork

i like how the paper looks like it has a rough texture and how there are very light colours and darker colours to create contrast.

Pouring Jug by Sue Walton. Jug oozing with manipulated and dyed fabric flowers pouring into a thimble.  Jabberwocky is a surreal tableau done with Ann Small who were both inspired by Alice in Wonderland stories.

Pouring Jug by Sue Walton. Jug oozing with manipulated and dyed fabric flowers pouring into a thimble. Jabberwocky is a surreal tableau done with Ann Small who were both inspired by Alice in Wonderland stories.

Larissa Nowicki, 'Dedication weaving: Jude', Dedication pages with hand-cut paper weavings from colour images assembled with no adhesive, 21...

Larissa Nowicki, 'Dedication weaving: Jude', Dedication pages with hand-cut paper weavings from colour images assembled with no adhesive,

screen monoprinting 01 Helen Terry

Experimentation

screen monoprinting 01 Helen Terry - the subtle look is actually very appealing in this work. It convey enough interesting and the effects of the print making process add texture to the work

Sue Lawty Lead sample by tapestry artist Sue Lawty, developing woven tapestry forms into other media

Sue Lawty Lead sample by tapestry artist Sue Lawty, developing woven tapestry forms into other media I like how the light can still come through the tapestry because of the loose weave

Driven by the notion of material ambiguity, ‘Oddity’ adopts a curious approach to the use of materials in relation to embroidery practice, challenging the traditional parameters of this luxury technique. Play is at the heart of this project, as both colour and material are explored and combined in an instinctive way generating unique aesthetic values. Utilising a combination of un-conventional materials applied using labour intensive digital embroidery techniques, ‘Oddity’ challenges not…

ODDITY

Driven by the notion of material ambiguity, ‘Oddity’ adopts a curious approach…

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