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Microbiological Textiles Design using laser cut leather to recreate skin cell patterns; fabric manipulation // Abigail Barnes

Material - fabric - laser cut- Microbiological Textiles Design using laser cut leather to recreate skin cell patterns;

Wow, this is some of the most unusual knitweave (?) I've seen Really interesting use of vastly different materials.

knot knitting

Contrasting traditional techniques such as macrame and knot-making with unconventional materials, this project explores architectural forms and optical illusions.

35 mentions J’aime, 2 commentaires - Juliana Velasco Asensio (@julianavelascotextiles) sur Instagram : "Nearly there "

35 mentions J’aime, 2 commentaires - Juliana Velasco Asensio (@julianavelascotextiles) sur Instagram : "Nearly there "

BA (Hons) Textile student Sarah Appleton tells us about her placement at Hand and Lock. "I work primarily with hand and digital stitch and hand print techn

Recently graduated textile designer from Arts University Bournemouth specialising in hand embroidery

Geometric Textiles Design - flexible wooden fabric with leather & laser cut tiles for pattern & texture // Laura Krumina

Geometric Textiles Design - flexible wooden fabric with leather & laser cut tiles for pattern & texture // Laura Krumina; pinned by Anika Schmitt

Contrasting traditional techniques such as macrame and knot-making with unconventional materials, this project explores architectural forms and optical illusions.

knot knitting

Textile Art // Contrasting traditional techniques such as macrame and knot-making with unconventional materials, this project explores architectural forms and optical illusions.

Wave Tucks Tutorial - tuck & fold, fabric manipulation technique to create textured wave patterns with fabric; creative sewing #textiles

2" All-Natural Support System Latex Mattress Topper

Sewing beginners - Wave Tucks Tutorial - tuck & fold, fabric manipulation technique to create textured wave patterns with fabric;

Needlecraft Practical Journal #52 c.1906 - Danish "Hedebo" Embroidery

Needlecraft Practical Journal - Danish "Hedebo" Embroidery~ The smaller the needle and quality of thread, the nicer the work. Quality of materials is important in sewing, knitting and lace making.