Fashion Textiles sketchbook.. i just think it looks like a vintage sketchbook because of the old autumn like colours, various textures, illustrations and typography.. a lush mash of everything!

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages

Halima Akhtar from Woldingham School, Caterham, Surrey, UK. Beautiful collage like textile folio.maybe one day my sketchbook will look this nice

cool blog about modern embroidery and textil art

Modern embroidery and textile art, what i like: differing patterns and texture. If these were made with brighter happier fabrics or neutral full colors, it can be something great.

Indigo quilt

Pour l' Amour du Fil 2015 quilt exhibit (France) - indigo quilt with applique

Fiber Art Quilt Woodland Winter Pine Art Quilt by SallyManke

I like the use of blue threads. Fiber Art Quilt Woodland Winter Pine Art Quilt by SallyManke

book cover collage - hollie chastain [link to the jealous curator interview article with hollie chastain + series of images]

book cover collage - hollie chastain [link to the jealous curator interview article with hollie chastain + series of images] I love the vintage feel to these covers

kimono fabric designs

Oxford Asian Textile Group’s first outing of 2011 to see Japanese textiles at the Ashmolean Museum… …huge pattern book, full of all the different stencil patterns that could be printed onto fabric to make into a kimono…”

Original Paper Cutting Collage with Vintage Photograph. Conceptual Art. Hand Cut Triangles. Layering Photographs Mixed Media Piece.

Original Paper Cutting Collage with Vintage Photograph. Layering Photographs Mixed Media Piece {nts/ full pg bw pic behind bright brush hand down show}

tif fussell- mixed media artist-mixed media collage {using vintage papers, thread, text, images, buttons…

tif fussell- mixed media artist-mixed media collage {using vintage papers, thread, text, images, buttons…

Creative use of Fabric Manipulation for fashion design - 3D origami inspired folded surface pattern // Eunsuk Hur #textiles

Wool idea for hats!-------Creative use of Fabric Manipulation for fashion design - origami inspired folded surface pattern // Eunsuk Hur

GLTZ, fashion communication inspired by Maurizio Anzeri. The result is the fruit of a year-long process that involved stylist and art director Milda Cergelyte (founder of fashion brand Mimi.c) together with Gintare Pasakarnyte (who did the needlework) and Greta Babarskaite (makeup).

GLTZ Project inspired by Maurizio Anzeri Photography : Ausra Osipaviciute Art director and fashion designer : Milda Cergelyte Needlework : Gintare Pasakarnyte Make up : Greta Babarskaite Models : Viktorija, Vaclovas, Robertas

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