These embroidered moths are so stinkin' cute! I've always loved how fuzzy and soft real ones look.

worth 1000 words: embroidered moths

Fabric sculpture Large Turquoise Moth textile art by irohandbags

Fabric sculpture Large Turquoise Moth textile art by YumiOkita. The wings are made from cotton fabric and the body is made from fake fur. It is hand painted and hand embroidered with details. The antennas is made from feather.

Sense of Healing - Maggie Ayres is a mixed media & textile artist who is passionate about texture, line and light, which she manipulates using a variety of materials, focusing primarily on natural fibres.

Sense of Healing - Maggie Ayres is a mixed media & textile artist who is passionate about texture, line and light, which she manipulates using a variety of materials, focusing primarily on natural fibres. Wow, love this texture.

Cas Holmes The multi media artist builds up layers of papers and fabrics. Over this she will stitch line drawings to bring the composition together.

(use him for art natural forms) Cas Holmes The multi media artist builds up layers of papers and fabrics. Over this she will stitch line drawings to bring the composition together.

Red thread on collagraph by Helen Smith - Fragments of torn collagraph prints stitched with red thread and vintage shirt buttons https://thiscraftinglife.blogspot.com/2011/11/red-threads.html https://www.flickr.com/photos/hmsdesign/with/6344129504/

Red thread on collagraph by Helen Smith: Fragments of torn collagraph prints stitched with red thread and vintage shirt buttons offer DIY inspiration.

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