re pinned from Heidi Tyrvainen's Transparent board, using textile for line [impress, drawn or photographic transfer]

R\A\W M\A\T\E\R\I\A\L \ \Max Kuiper abstract contemporary knitted and pulled textile art wall hanging installation

Sofia Marianne Vincent

weaving through laddering! could weave i cords. or bias binding/bits of the fabric i'm using in other areas. could cut non bias binding and run through the bias machine to sew it or could vliesofix so there is no stitches showing

Wow, this is some of the most unusual knitweave (?) I've seen Really interesting use of vastly different materials.

knot knitting

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.

Sue Lawty Lead sample by tapestry artist Sue Lawty, developing woven tapestry forms into other media

Sue Lawty Lead sample by tapestry artist Sue Lawty, developing woven tapestry forms into other media I like how the light can still come through the tapestry because of the loose weave

Back in 2014 textile designers Helle Gråbæk and Maria Kirk Mikkelsen collaborated on a project to 'Salute the Sketch’. These incomplete weavings, like a sk

Helle Gråbæk and Maria Kirk Mikkelsen - Paper Weaving & Filter Patterns

Delightful woven paper "sketches" from textile designers Helle Gråbæk and Maria Kirk Mikkelsen. Again I like the real life grid of pieces of paper woven together to create colored squares.

Loughborough Textiles Graduates | Flair | Ellie Louise Hawkins

Ellie Louise Hawkins: School of the Arts, Loughborough University

Primarily taking inspiration from European architecture, this project explores perspective and angles. With emphasise on contrasting textures and surfaces, these designs aim to give fun and visually stimulating textiles.

hannahdykes - ArtsThread Profile

Primarily taking inspiration from European architecture, this project explores perspective and angles. With emphasise on contrasting textures and surfaces, these designs aim to give fun and visually stimulating textiles.


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