3D Textiles surface design using fabric to create dimensional structures inspired by sea life; creative fabric manipulation // Asta Masiulyte #textiles
Knot Your Average Knit
Knot Your Average Knit - Katya Usvitsky, Shameful Act no.1 & no.2, 2011, nylon and fiber fill, 15 x 5 in. each KNOT YOUR AVERAGE KNIT A City Without Walls Exhibition Curated b...
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the persistent thread - water - textile art
I love to make photo mosaics - in this one I am looking at textures and colours in a piece of work I stitched with a watery sea theme to make the fabrics look "watery" I used plastics and chiffons that reflect light, distressed the chiffons so they look like air bubbles and used different coloured layers for different depths of water. The frayed edges show water movement. I added seed stitches and fly stitches to resemble coral Carolyn Saxby - Mixed Media Textile Art
Today i mark this beautiful Pinterest board, curated by "Fashion Feud", for lovers of fabric manipulation: a gallery of wonderful surface effects and three-dimensional textures. A remarkable collection of inspirations! http://www.pinterest.com/fashionfeud/textiles-textures-fabric-manipulation/
DIY Felt Hydrangea Flower Pillow | Hunker
Felt flower pillows are decorative and whimsical, but take a little time to construct by hand. A pillow decorated to look like a stylized, pompomlike hydrangea blossom plays equally well off of traditional floral chintz as it does as a soft pop of color on the clean lines of a modern sofa.