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Three-dimensional Textile Design - knitted surface pattern inspired by organic shape, colour, pattern and texture seen in natural agate & fossils // Francesca Jackson

Francesca Jackson 3 Kera's thoughts: This appears to be the technique - Sock heels or Partial knitting. I like on this sample the graduation of sizing and the placement of colour.

Textile Textures through Fabric Manipulation - dimensional patterns & texture creation

Textile Textures through Fabric Manipulation - dimensional patterns & texture creation Mehr

Knit + Pleat to create two-tone textures - structural fabric manipulation; knitting sample; textiles design

Knit + Pleat to create two-tone textures - structural fabric manipulation…

Fabric manipulation and textile design - Contrasting traditional techniques such as macrame and knot-making with unconventional materials, this project explores architectural forms and optical illusions.

knot knitting

As a knitted textiles designer, I draw inspiration from architectural forms, interlocking structures and contrasting textures. I aim to produce work which is intriguing, complex and unique by combining traditional techniques and unusual materials.

Innovative woven sleeve detail with knitted cuffs & textural weaving; experimental textiles design // Natalie Hitchon

Innovative woven sleeve detail with knitted cuffs & textural weaving…

Knitted textiles design with textural patterns exploring beauty in imperfection; knitting; textiles for fashion // Jill Carnihan

PERFECT FLAWS

Stitch transfer Knitted textiles design with textural patterns exploring beauty in imperfection; textiles for fashion // Jill Carnihan

Pitti Filati 68 | detail: Senso | knit | Italy

Pitti Filati 68 'Senso' detail Create fabric like this- use for vests

JENNI BARRETT

knot knitting

Contrasting traditional techniques such as macrame and knot-making with unconventional materials, this project explores architectural forms and optical illusions.

JENNIFER BARRETT FASHION & TEXTILES BDES

Contrasting traditional techniques such as macrame and knot-making with unconventional materials, this project explores architectural forms and optical illusions.


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