Leisa Rich - Materials: Plastic panel, fabric, thread, digital images from artist original Technique: Free motion machine embroidery, trapunto

Knit inspiration: Leisa Rich - Materials: Plastic panel, fabric, thread, digital images from artist original Technique: Free motion machine embroidery, trapunto

“Predominately I use two contrasting clays - Porcelain and Crank stoneware. With this series focussing on simple forms of cylinders, bowls and eggs shapes. With the cylinders I explore how they can be manipulated in an organic way by pushing them to create bends and folds, evoking folds of fabric, while still retaining a functional purpose. The central etched lines highlight the curves of the form. The porcelain is refined to a smooth sanded tactile finish, while with the crank I show the…

Sinead O'Moore handmade ceramic

Sinead O'Moore handmade ceramic “Predominately I use two contrasting clays - Porcelain and Crank stoneware. With this series focussing on simple forms of cylinders, bowls and eggs shapes.

Upper left detail of 'Gleam', fabric art by Carol Walker, 2009, based on photos of ice. The shimmer of the appliqued pieces of satin coat lining fabric gives the piece its name. © 2015 Carol Walker.

Upper left detail of 'Gleam', fabric art by Carol Walker, based on photos of ice. The shimmer of the appliqued pieces of satin coat lining fabric gives the piece its name.

Insect Embroidery by Adam Pritchett // hoop art // spider embroidery // French knots // Bullion stitch

Creepy Crawlers Insect Embroidery by Adam Pritchett

I couldn't live with them but amazing work. Insect Embroidery by Adam Pritchett // hoop art // spider embroidery // French knots // Bullion stitch

crochet mold by elin thomas

i love her mold work. (crochet mold by elin thomas.

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