Textiles detail - would love to do these random strips on something.

Textiles detail - would love to do this by stitching down some slubby nubby textured yarn over seams.

//ROTI KAPDA MAKAN: Ralli Quilts -once again: running stitch, love it #Textiles

ROTI KAPDA MAKAN: Ralli Quilts -once again: running stitch, love it folk gypsy textile design

detail from a silk cover with metallic-wrapped threads. Believed to be 18th century North Indian. Collection of The Textile Museum and included in The Sultan's Garden: The Blossoming of Ottoman Art.

/ detail from a silk cover with metallic-wrapped threads / century north indian / collection of the textile museum / sultan’s garden / the blossoming of ottoman art /

Those colours, that work, that style Thank you @rajdeep.ranawat.official for this beautiful piece! // #MyDesiWedding

Those colours, that work, that style Thank you Rajdeep J.official for this beautiful piece!

Prints, wallpapers and patterns: The taste of Petrol and Porcelain | Interior design, Vintage Sets and Unique Pieces Etro

The vibrant colours in this ethnic designs reminds me of peacocks in the gardens of Alhambra. Memoirs from a summer in seville

Paisley. Love, love, love paisley. "In Persian the design is known as Boteh Jegheh and it has been used in Iran since the Sassanid Dynasty (AD 224 to AD 651). Some design scholars also call the distinctive shape Boteh and believe it is the convergence of a stylized floral spray and a cypress tree: a Zoroastrian symbol of life and eternity."

suzani: “ Indian “Boteh” design, shawl manufacture in Paisley, Scotland.

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