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!

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

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So many GREAT homemade Halloween costume ideas, like this one - a bag of jellybeans! I actually was a bag of jellybeans for Halloween one year!

The inspiration behind Karoline’s collection comes from her fascination with the sea, in particular corals. She wanted to study the free-flowing shapes, textures and vibrant colours and capture the qualities in a variety of methods and mediums. The technical aspect of re-creating these forms through a knitted medium found numerous challenges. From primary research Karoline transformed ordinary materials into complex and unexpected knitted pieces by combining yarns such as elastic and…

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Karoline’s corals // free-flowing shapes, textures and vibrant colours .

walter van beirendonck x erwin wurm, spring/summer 2012

Walter Van Beirendonck x Erwin Wurm, spring/summer Who doesn't love role-playing a sentient LSD-broccoli?

marisa-ramirez: “ evelien van pruissen ”

Evelien van Pruissen, The image is from the collection by Pruissen. The garment is a abstract representation of a face and uses large woollen threads, pastel colours and sequins to further reinforce its abstract nature. There is roughness to the wo

British artist Mandy Pattullo creates gorgeous pieces of stitched and pieced textiles using vintage fabrics and embroideries.

Fabric collage and embroidery by textile artist Mandy Pattullo

British artist Mandy Pattullo creates gorgeous pieces stitched and pieced textiles using vintage fabrics and embroideries.

transparent textiles | cotton thread on a single layer of tulle in an embroidery hoop

by Monikah Schuschu. cotton thread on a single layer of tulle in an embroidery hoop, almost appearing to just be floating in space.

Our first year fashion design students are taught by illustrator Richard Gray. These are a selection of first year students fashion illustration work, depicting this seasons runway collections.

Basso & Brooke line illustration: Our first year fashion design students are taught by illustrator Richard Gray. These are a selection of first year students fashion illustration work, depicting this seasons runway collections.

Swap Meet, detail 4,2012 40” X 36” X 1” Materials: Vinyl/metal framed panels, acrylic, thread, micro beads, flocking powder, velvet, vinyl Technique: Painted, free motion embroidery, micro beading, mixed techniques Viewers are able to rearrange the panels and create infinite combinations

Leisa Rich Swap Meet detail 4 - interaction art - viewer can remove and change up any panel of choice, thereby morphing the piece into multiple configurations - interesting concept

Illustration work from final year students of the BA (Hons) Fashion Design course at the University of Westminster.

The BA (Hons) Fashion Design degree course at the University of Westminster has an outstanding reputation for teaching and developing highly talented designers.

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