Fabric manipulation

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This isn't a DIY, but I love this idea for kids textile art inspiration. Hand embroidery by Katy Biele #hoopart #textileart

Tactile Hoop Art Inspired by the Colorful Beauty of Floating Gardens

This isn't a DIY, but I love this idea for kids textile art inspiration. Hand embroidery by Katy Biele #hoopart #textileart

deep violet to almost indigo blue, and yellowish stains from peony leaf on pre-mordant cotton.

natural dyeing, peony

Tree peonies or Paeonia is a flowering plant that can reach an average 4-5 feet in height. It is a woody shrub that is native to Asia, Southern Europe and Western North America. Peonies are an orna…

Wonderful mix and max of colour and texture

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Melissa Dettloff is now tumbling at melissadettloff.tumblr.com

A sort of a smocking? I've never seen anything like it, but it is so striking.

26 Fresh Looks To Inspire Every Woman - Fashion New Trends

A sort of a smocking? I've never seen anything like it, but it is so striking.

Christian Dior at Couture Fall 2018

Christian Dior at Couture Fall 2018 - Details Runway Photos

Smocked Cape Coat - fabric manipulation; creative sewing; smocking; couture fashion design detail // Nicholas Oakwell

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Smocked Cape Coat - fabric manipulation; creative sewing; smocking; couture fashion design detail // Nicholas Oakwell

Jason Wu at New York Fashion Week Fall 2018

Jason Wu at New York Fashion Week Fall 2018 - Details Runway Photos

New fashion design inspiration fabric manipulation sewing techniques Ideas #fashion

New fashion design inspiration fabric manipulation sewing techniques Ideas

New fashion design inspiration fabric manipulation sewing techniques Ideas #fashion

This week we were using acrylic paint on fabric to create different effects. We started by stippling some calico with a dry brush using 2 ...

Week 17 - Monoprints and Manipulated Fabric Panel

This week we were using acrylic paint on fabric to create different effects. We started by stippling some calico with a dry brush using 2 colours - blue and yellow in my case, resulting in lots of green and looking like a flowery meadow! Then we moved on to using a diffuser and thin paint to give an effect like airbrushing, holding a piece of ripped paper in front of the fabric to act as a mask so that some parts stayed white. Then we moved on to a way of making monoprints on glass. We put…