Little Ginkgo studies: Embroidered artwork by Meredith Woolnough -- Her leaves are a flat color and the effect is achieved through lighting, but this would be a lovely effect to attempt to emulate using different colored threads.

Little Ginkgo studies: Embroidered artwork by Meredith Woolnough - plant ginkgo tree for future leaf art inspiration

Makiko Wakisaka, Makiko Wakisaka - "life" 2002 material : leaf vein, nylon thread, polyester thread, water soluble cloth technique : machine stitch & hand stitch '02 busan international fiber-fashion art festival Busan, Korea

Texture for Cobweb (Makiko Wakisaka - "life" 2002 material : leaf vein, nylon thread, polyester thread, water soluble cloth technique : machine stitch & hand stitch busan international fiber-fashion art festival Busan, Korea)

Dissolvable Necklace made from water-soluble fabric, wild flower seeds and green tea dye - jewellery from nature; art jewelry // Wieteke Opmeer

A series of jewelry of temporary nature, fashioned out of water soluble fabric and seeds of wild flowers, some colored …

Meredith Woolnaugh - Australian who uses a domestic sewing machine and fabric base that dissolves in water to repeatedly stitch threads into dense structures that become 3-D sculptures.

Australian visual artist Meredith Woolnough creates elegant embroidered sculptures that capture the delicate beauty of nature in knotted threads.

autumn/winter: Aspen leaf by Joyce Drexler (made with sewing machine and water soluble stabilizer)

Use water soluble stabilizer to create machine embroidered, lacy leaves like these aspen leaves. I can see these in jewelry, as trim on a wonderful Autumn garment or table linens, or as quilt embellishments or adorning a fabric pumpkin.

amanda mccavour: ice box toronto-based textile artist amanda mccavour works in developing installations or thread drawings using a sewing machine, in which she sews into a fabric that dissolves in water. her latest work 'ice box', consists of frost and ice crystal elements which mccavour has created out of cotton thread.

amanda mccavour: ice box

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Artist Uses Home Sewing Machine To Capture Nature’s Most Delicate Forms With Embroidery

Delicately Embroidered Sculptures Mimic the Fragility of Nature - My Modern Met

Delicately Embroidered Sculptures Mimic the Fragility of Nature

Meredith Woolnough - Delicately Embroidered Sculptures Mimic the Fragility of Nature - My Modern Met

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Waterfall Scarf with Diane Gloystein as seen on Quilting Arts TV Episode 704 - Quilting Daily

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