<3 Makes me wish I was doing textiles again. Kinda! This work/sketch book truly inspires me. It seems that many people appreciate it as I've had countless repins, so I found the name of the student who produced it. Credit where credit's due - Halima Akhtar, an A Level student from Caterham in Surrey, U.K.

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

Fashion Textiles Sketchbook richly illustrated with mixed media obsevational paintings + design research, fabric interpretations and fashion design development

botto block printed fabric - leaf design

Think I could make some foam stamps using this cute leaf pattern and print my own fabric.

FABULOUS A Level Textiles final piece - click on through to read the article & feast your eyes on more of this amazing work

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

A Level Textiles final piece Texture! Visual Texture Suitable to aid with GCSE Question like Textures

Textiles, Ruffles - Raw Edges

The reason why I chose this image was because it is a close of textile manipulation with ripping and dyes. Having a bit of a fabric pom obsession of late - winter tweeds, but I think this could be the start of something from spring!

Striking Felt Jewelry

Striking Felt Jewelry - don't think I'd wear this, but it makes a very pretty picture!

Needle felted jewelry - Dina Buckey - quilting and bead embellished

Needle felted jewelry - Dina Buckey - quilting and bead embellished (cool potential polymer piece)

felt jewelry

I dipped into my Jewelry pinboard and here are some of my favorite DIY necklace tutorial from other awesome crafters.

Aventures Textiles

Adventures Textiles - Nuno felt with cheesecloth cotton and merino wool, dyeing, textile beads, braids.

Layers, colour, veins

Textiles - the threads are interesting and give the piece texture despite it being a photo. The colours are cheerful and fun.

Ivan Ripley "Daisy" placemat

Retro Flowers, Hippie Flowers, Flower Doodles, Vintage Love, Retro Vintage, Vintage Decor, Vintage Designs, Vintage Patterns, Kitchen Ware