Machine Embroidery

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threads – workshop with Amanda McCavour in Halifax NS scarf made with fabric and fiber bitsscarf made with fabric and fiber bits Free Motion Embroidery, Embroidery Art, Machine Embroidery, Thread Art, Thread Painting, Water Soluble Fabric, Creative Textiles, Textiles Techniques, Textile Fiber Art

More threads – workshop with Amanda McCavour in Halifax NS

The last two weekends I have been immersed in thread: the workshops with Anna Torma and Amanda McCavour. Both completely different artists but both use tons of thread in their textile work. Anna wo…

Quarry Spider Sheila Hicks’ Quarry Spider is an artistic achievement in color, structure and technique. The small weaving, measuring only 9 ¼” x 5 is one of almost works included in her series Miniatures ¬– an enduring project that began over 50 years ago Weaving Textiles, Weaving Art, Tapestry Weaving, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Sheila Hicks, A Level Textiles, Instalation Art, Textiles Techniques

Quarry Spider | Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum

Sheila Hicks' Quarry Spider (2003) is an artistic achievement in color, structure and technique. The small weaving, measuring only 9 ¼” x 5 7/8”, is one of almost 1,000 works included in her series Miniatures - an enduring project that began over 50 years ago. Each was created on a small loom constructed from painter's stretcher bars, and made a practical and portable companion throughout her travels to locales such as India, Mexico, France, Morocco and Saudi Arabia. In Quarry Spider, she…

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Yes, this is embroidery! Meredith Woolnough sews intricate leaves, coral and other forms found in nature on her sewing machine with a special fabric that dissolves in water, leaving only the gorgeously fragile skeleton of the design. I love the way she mounts them on a crisp white background to show the subtle shadows. Meredith…

In Box series by Susan Lenz Free Motion Embroidery, Embroidery Fabric, Fabric Art, Fabric Crafts, Machine Embroidery, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Creative Textiles, Inspiration Art

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Daisies embroidered bookmark textile art free machine | Etsy

A daisy- strewn lawn – the essence of summer! Delicate, lacy and reversible, this little piece of original textile art makes a perfect bookmark – an ideal gift for a nature lover or gardener, and very light for posting too. It’s made by free machine embroidering over tiny fragments of fabric and threads trapped between layers of special fabric which is dissolved away after stitching to leave just the openwork embroidery. The bookmark measures about 18cm x 4cm (7” x 1.5”). It is tacked…

Daisies miniature textile art canvas machine by chocolatefrog, (artist is Anne Honeyman, store is Chocolate Frog) Embroidery Hoop Crafts, Embroidery Hearts, Embroidery Patterns Free, Embroidery Hoop Art, Hand Embroidery Designs, Embroidery Stitches, Best Embroidery Machine, Machine Embroidery Projects, Flower Applique

Daisies - miniature textile art canvas, machine embroidery, dissolvable fabric

A fresh green lawn scattered with daisies is one of the delights of summer. The name "daisy" is thought to come from "day's eye", because the flower closes at night and opens in the morning. This piece began with tiny bits of green fabric and green and red threads, linked together by freely machine embroidering on water soluble fabric. The flowers were then embroidered on this lacy background. After dissolving, extra flowers (made separately on soluble fabric) were stitched on to give a…

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Stained Glass and In Box Series by Susan Lenz

The "In Box Series" is an abstraction based on Austrian architect Friedensreich Hundretwasser's unique architecture as if seen from an aerial perspective. Colorful, polyester velvet shapes are machine embroidered with cotton thread on a substrata of recycled, acrylic felt. The final steps include soldering and melting. The "Stained Glass" series is a variation. The polyester velvet shapes are cut to resemble historic stained glass.