Experimental embroidery with perforated paper & thread for pattern & texture; textiles design // Sian Martin

Fabric manipulation - textile design - Experimental embroidery with perforated paper & thread for pattern & texture;

Jane Bowler Workshops

Jane Bowler Workshops

A2 Textiles Exam

Textiles Exam Would be interesting to take two fabrics and overlay them.

Kim Thittichai- cellophane , hand painting and heat gun

Kim's Hot Textiles: Extreme Surfaces for Stitch - West Dean College July 17 - 20 Everything you can do with Tyvec you can do with cellophane. Use some of the rolls you bought from Steve Johnstone.

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

knot knitting

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

Red by scappy annie;    A piece of red foil wrapping paper which has been ironed between two pieces of baking paper. It crumples up to make fascinating patterns and can be stitched or painted over. You can also do this with crisp packets.

Red by scappy annie; A piece of red foil wrapping paper which has been ironed between two pieces of baking paper. It crumples up to make fascinating patterns and can be stitched or painted over. You can also do this with crisp packets.

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