Felted fabric with white textures made using shibori tying & stitch techniques; fabric manipulation // Yvonne Le Mare #textiles

Felted Fabric Art - White textures made using shibori tying & stitch techniques - fabric manipulation, Yvonne Le Mare

cotton thread on a single layer of tulle in an embroidery hoop

by Monikah Schuschu. cotton thread on a single layer of tulle in an embroidery hoop, almost appearing to just be floating in space.

Lisa Kokin, "Fauxliage: No Birds Sing", 2011. Thread, wire, page fragments from Silent Spring (1962) by Rachel Carson 70 x 24 x 8 in. Courtesy of the artist and Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA. http://www.thecjm.org/on-view/in-the-past/do-not-destroy-trees-art-and-jewish-thought/about

'Fauxliage: No Birds Sing' by Lisa Kokin - Thread, wire, page fragments from the book 'Silent Spring' by Rachel Carson 70 x 24 x 8 in. Courtesy of the artist and Seager Gray Gallery, Mill Valley, CA.

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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.

A Textile for Aldeburgh by Su (Living On The Edge blog) __ "A textile inspired by the light and textures found in Aldeburgh in Suffolk. A mix of hand and machine stitching."

Textile, by Su Harris "A textile inspired by the light and textures found in Aldeburgh in Suffolk. A mix of hand and machine stitching.

Lace Flowers Cas Holmes http://2.bp.blogspot.com/-aeujUzlBvig/VJHkcQQ8mtI/AAAAAAAADvI/MBYAWw_degc/s1600/Laceweeds_(4).jpg

Cas Holmes_Lace Flowers unfolding forms combining an old book on lace making with Kantfabriek lace and lace floral curtains.

Amnesia / (detail) by Lisa Kokin - thread, book pages, wire, fauxliage of gingko waves incorporates text fragments from Silent Spring by Rachel Carson. Published in it was the first widely read book on environmental pollution caused by pesticide.

karen ruane contemporary paper embroidery

This gives me a good idea. I do so like paper sewn objects and would like to learn embroidery. Paper Embroidery by Karen Ruane

The piece from our exhibition "Do Not Destroy: Trees, Art, and Jewish Thought." Studio Visit with Artist Lisa Kokin.

Contemporary Embroidery, Dyi Crafts, Textile Artists, Karen O'neil, Fiber Art, Folk Art, Mint, Needlework, Stitches

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