Fibre and Textiles Earth

Collection by Sue Plahn

Sue Plahn
1 Textile Art another incredible piece by Julie Shackson . I want itanother incredible piece by Julie Shackson . Textile Texture, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Visual Texture, Texture Art, Techniques Textiles, Art Techniques, Art Fibres Textiles, A Level Textiles

Shoreline 1 Textile Art

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wool and wool felt . I wish I wish I wish this was in my sewing room! Felt Diy, Felt Crafts, Diy Crafts, Sewing Crafts, Sewing Projects, Penny Rugs, Sewing Rooms, Wool Applique, Felt Ornaments

Ken’s Embrace Continued: A Girl’s Touch

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Urchins and anemones 3 Some textiles are so beautiful, natural and stimulating. I really like the work of this artist from Art Fibres Textiles, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Embroidery Art, Machine Embroidery, Embroidery Sampler, Art Du Fil, Home Decoracion, Creation Art

Urchins and Anemones 3

The tidal coast is the best place on earth to find texture. Aggregate anemones, barnacles, seaweed, shells, sand and rocks form a dense carpet of living tapestry. I've used felting, embroidery, couching, machine and hand embroidery, beading and applique. There are felted balls, trims, polymer beads, textured yarns, seashells, silk and cotton floss, glass beads, and salvaged fabrics. 5 ½” x 7 ½” 12" x 15" framed SOLD

Ribbon Embroidery Stumpwork by Belgian artist of applied art Christine Paris Silk Ribbon Embroidery, Crewel Embroidery, Cross Stitch Embroidery, Embroidery Designs, Embroidery Needles, Bordados E Cia, Art Du Fil, Thread Painting, Brazilian Embroidery

Deux Coup de Coeur

Christiane PARIS C'est mon gros coup de coeur lors du festival de dentelle d'Hondschote Un travail remarquable de broderie en re...

 Hand dyed alpaca fibre wet felted with synthetic fabric scraps by cheryl cook Nuno Felting, Needle Felting, Lights Artist, Textile Fiber Art, Felting Tutorials, Alpacas, Felt Art, Fabric Art

Alpaca Earth. Hand dyed alpaca fibre wet felted with synthetic fabric scraps by cheryl cook