The Artwork of Meredith Woolnough: My new favourite marine critter - the Argonaut.

Meredith pinning 'Red Paper Nautilus' into place prior to framing

Mister Finch

Exclusive Interview: The Beautiful Textile Insects and Animals by Mister Finch - My Modern Met

"Paris-based artist Frédérique Morrel resurrects old tapestries in her wondrous animal sculptures. Morrel uses the tapestries to form colorful skins for her creatures, which range from deer to unicorns."

Old Tapestries Transformed Into Wonderful Animal Sculptures

Paris-based artist Frédérique Morrel resurrects old tapestries in her wondrous animal sculptures. Morrel uses the tapestries to form colorful skins for her creatures, which range from deer to unico.

I love this idea! It makes me want to pull out fabric, sissors and some glue....Hare Fauxidermy

Gorgeous hare made from antique and reclaimed fabrics. One off pieces available from Sarah Moore Home

Hot Textiles - heat-distorted fabric for a distressed effect - fabric manipulation; textiles surface techniques // Anna Sabin

Hot Textiles - heat-distorted fabric for a distressed effect - fabric manipulation; Could use to layer on top to represent flaking, pealing skin

emilysladentextiles | Embroidery without Stitches

Fabric manipulation - Experimental textiles design using fabric manipulation & innovative no-stitch embroidery for mixed textures // Emily Sladen

Nettle - Louise Richardson - is one of Norfolk’s foremost artists. Her dresses made from novel materials are a must-see attraction; as well as highly collectible. Nails, snake skin, modesty seed pods and hymn books reworked into familiar garments, her ingenious, beautiful creations invite us to question the nature of fabric and the purpose of adornment.

Louise Richardson Via Art Odyssey beautiful fairy dress with butterflies textile fashion art work

Louise Watson - ITCHY FINGERS TEXTILES

Louise Watson - ITCHY FINGERS TEXTILES embroidery and mixed natural media create this small textile art tapestry of a rock pool tips for sea scape fiber pictures

https://flic.kr/p/Rv4ASD | Stitching over Wool Circles on Paper by Karin Lundström | New on the blog! Swedish textile artist Karin Lundström talks about stitching on paper: www.allthingspaper.net/2017/01/modern-stitching-on-paper-...

Swedish textile artist Karin Lundström talks about stitching on paper

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