These sketchbook pages are the unequivocal result of effort, passion and enthusiasm. Although 'decoration' is usually unnecessary within a textile or fashion design sketchbook, in this case, the background patterning demonstrates a complete understanding of the aesthetic; a strong personal response to the colours, shapes, textures, lines and forms of the work studied.

Textiles and Fashion Design Sketchbooks - 20 Inspirational Examples

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by Fiona King of Strawberry Seahorse Designs - "Hand embroidery. Using just two simple stitches on Hessian, with threads and yarns of varying thicknesses and a large eyed needle to create a pleasing design.

Lauren DiCioccio piece that brings to light my reluctancy to abandon my traditional sketchbook for a digital inspiration library.

Threads Lauren DiCioccio piece that brings to light my reluctancy to abandon my traditional sketchbook for a digital inspiration library.

Fashion Sketchbook - fashion design development; fashion sketching; creative process; fashion portfolio // SJD, Emma

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Richmond- Burned and painted lace, looks like lichens

Lesley Richmond- Burned and painted lace, looks like lichens. Researching into how different materials react to fire.

A2 Textiles: Priestley College

This inspires me to create a garment for my final outcome and to explore natural elements of nature like moss, grass and the difference between modern buildings and old buildings.

Black widow (detail). Lace cloth series. Lesley Richmond. Leslie studies the growth structures of natural forms, which she constructs with heat-reactive pigments, referencing antique lace designs influenced by organic structures.

Detail, 'Black Widow' from the "Lace Cloth" series by English-born, Vancouver-based fiber artist Lesley Richmond.

Fiber Art Reflections: Freeform crochet and woven pin loom squares

Curlicue Freeform Crochet

A2 Textiles

using different coloured threads and beads to create a textured effect, this could be used to make the texture of leaves, petals or the wings of a butterfly

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