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I say DIY things, but I don't think I could do this. It is a quilt! Done by Mary Bryning.

Embroidered map - The Oxton Art Fair 2012 - The annual Oxton Art Fair is a wonderful showcase of art, craft and design from local artists within four of galleries of the Williamson Art Gallery in Birkenhead.

Mary Bryning - Textile artist Mary combines her love of textiles and embroidery with an interest in maps and the effect human settlement ha...

Mary Bryning - Textile artist Mary combines textiles and embroidery with maps and human settlement.

Birkenhead Docks by Mary Bryning I have a dream to do a textile map of the Manukau Harbour NZ - this is a great inspiration

Nancy would love this. Birkenhead Docks map art quilt by Mary Bryning

organza fabric manipulation | and this particular quilt with manipulated folds reminded

textile artist photography and mixed media - Carolyn Saxby Textile Art St Ives Cornwall

Central Coast - Sewn collage art of Merle Axelrad - Artist working in fabric and textiles

Detail of Central Coast Fabric Collage from the Sewn art of Merle Axelrad Artist working in facric and textiles

Walk Through Oxton map art quilt by Mary Bryning

The Oxton Art Fair 2012 - The annual Oxton Art Fair is a wonderful showcase of art, craft and design from local artists within four of galleries of the Williamson Art Gallery in Birkenhead.

Another of Carolyn's wondrous creations again featuring my favourite colours and such a rich array of texture.

Another sea inspired textile art piece with lots of texture, french knots and seed stitches Carolyn Saxby Mixed Media Textile Art

Mary Bryning - Map art quilt includes techniques of appliqué, print, hand-dyed fabrics and machine embroidery, resulting in a combination of line, colour and texture.

Patterns on the land and the structure of towns and roads have always fascinated me, from my early days of studying geography. I am interested in them not only for their visual impact, but also in.