This DIY Felt flower chandelier is genius!!!! TRYING this for sure!

The 11 Best Felt Crafts

The 11 Best Felt Crafts This DIY Felt flower chandelier is genius! Really want great ideas on arts and crafts?

Fashion Sketchbook - fashion design development; fashion sketching; creative process; fashion portfolio // SJD, Emma

fashion portfolio // SJD, Emma - Tap the LINK now to see all our amazing accessories, that we have found for a fraction of the price

Neckpiece | Helen Whitworth. Silk paper that she then dyed with batik combined with free standing embroidery elements

Neckpiece by Helen Whitworth. Silk paper that she then dyed with batik combined with free standing embroidery elements.

Christina Chalmers #art #sculpture http://artsyforager.wordpress.com/2011/10/06/deconstructing-beauty/

Deconstructing Beauty: Christina Chalmers

Mixed Media Dress Art Sculpture (kelp, shells & steel mesh) exploring the "cloaking & revealing of the inner self" // Christina Chalmers art

Amazing Embroidered wallhanging, showing a textile map of London's South Bank. Made by Stitch City.

South Bank London Embroidered Map Wall Hanging

{ What A Racquet }

What A Racquet

Flowers Embroidered on the Strings of Vintage Rackets and Other Thread Artworks by Danielle Clough (Colossal)

Mauve Fabric Neckpiece with gathered textures and fringe detail - fabric manipulation; 3D collar; sewing ideas

Mauve Fabric Neckpiece with gathered textures and fringe detail - fabric manipulation; sewing ideas - Tap to link now to check out our awesome jewellery!

KIRSTY WHITLOCK I like kirsty Whitlock's work as she uses free machine embroidery to draw and adorn a surface. She uses recycled materials like in this piece she has used a tesco bag and a newspaper to create a piece. These slogans are embroidered onto the bag and are comments about society today. I love political art as I feel it has purpose and is another way of people speaking their views. There is also layers thread sewn and left hanging to create more texture and distress the piece.

KIRSTY WHITLOCK she uses free machine embroidery to draw and adorn a surface and uses recycled materials. These slogans are embroidered onto the bag and are comments about society today.

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