A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages
A journey that begins with first-hand observation and ends with complex, three-dimensional pieces, Halima’s AS and A2 Textile projects are superb exemplars for others: some of the best Textile sketchbooks that I have seen.
Jo Butcher is an embroidery artist, living and working in a small Somerset village. Her inspiration is from traditional country gardens and the rural simplicity of wild flower meadows. This is combined with her love of hearts, all things shabby chic, and vintage textiles.
Pouring Jug by Sue Walton. Jug oozing with manipulated and dyed fabric flowers pouring into a thimble. Jabberwocky is a surreal tableau done with Ann Small who were both inspired by Alice in Wonderland stories.
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Sketchbook - Textiles
Hi everyone. Here are some pictures of my textiles GCSE sketchbook. I love looking through other peoples sketchbooks, but there's not many pictures online, so I thought I would upload a few of my own for those of you like me who are a bit nosy! This sketchbook is based on theme of 'crockery' and we have to answer an exam question based on that. In case you are thinking 'there's not much textiles there', well that's because I do more of an art based GCSE. I hope you like it x ,
A Mixed Media Altered Wedding shoe
This shoe is a challenge from a good friend, Helle. She got hold of a pair of new/old shoes to alter (which seems impossible to walk in - and therefore they were unused). I got one of the shoes, and then she is going to do the other. This shoe is also made as DT submission for Scandinavia paper fun's new challenge - spring. The shoe has got a base coat with white paint. Then I added the paper under the zip, and the zip. After this, I worked on the texture of the shoe itself. The butterfly is…
Hooked on Gold
Hi everyone, I just couldn't let another month go by with just one post, and to make up for my lack of blogging it's a longish photo heavy one. The last few months have been quite hectic craft wise but I hope to be sharing with you some of the stuff I've been working on quite soon. For the first time in a while I was able to just go where the muse took me and yesterday created some journal pages. You might need sunglasses, but maybe that's a good thing with the wet weather of late! I'm…
Learn How To Create a Mosaic Using Plaster Cloth
In this 'How to Mosaic' I'm looking at how you can prepare a surface to mosaic using plaster cloth. Plaster cloth is the same material that is used on broken limbs; it is simple to apply and hardens into a surface that is suitable to mosaic.