Made from small snippets of thread and fabric stitched between water soluble stabilizer

Basket made from thread and fabric snippets stitched between water soluble stabilizer by Marie Black

Kim Thittichai

Experimental Textiles 7 – hot stuff!

Last weekend we had more of an open session using heat. We spent time experimenting with metal shims and foils, but the type I liked best was the thin metal mesh sometimes called woven cloth.

Waterfall- 53cm x 43cm, July page of the BJP. Raw silk background, metal and silk organza, felt thread, beading... Can you hear the water flow??

Waterfall- Raw silk background, metal and silk organza, felt thread, beading. Can you hear the water flow?

Soluble Fabric

12 Colour Wheel machine embroidered on soluble fabric Were you able to mix and match colours accurately?

Hand dyed fabric machine stitched to water soluble fabric; threads couched on top

Assignment 3

Use water soluble paper, sandwich fibers between paper, stitch grid lines. Dissolve paper in water and put scarf in dryer.

Use water soluble paper, sandwich fibers between paper, stitch grid lines. Dissolve paper in water and put scarf in dryer.

Kim's Hot Textiles

skeleton leaf bonded onto a black background. the leaf then had painted bondaweb ironed onto it which was then foiled

http://meredithwoolnough.blogspot.com.au/2013/01/new-exhibition-new-work.html

Meredith Woolnough 'Gum leaf skeleton', embroidery thread, pins, glass rods on paper Mehr

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