DIY Bath Rug.

DIY: Rose Bath Mat - made from strips of t-shirts. Would be so pretty next to a bed as well

Ysabel LeMay

Air (digital art)~Image Ysabel LeMay, 2012 Lauren likes this piece because of the different use of materials shown but not necessarily actually used. Check out the website for

so many lovely layers!

Portion of one wall-incorporate paper lace, newsprint, ephemera, oma/opas letters. Do this for the downstairs bathrooms as well.

"sea foam" merino wool and silk with beads (6"x6") by Helen Suzanne

"sea foam" merino wool and silk with beads by Helen Suzanne embroidery felt textile art landscape seascape picture

I have just found the work of Debbie Lyddon and I love it.S

Check the link to Debbie's website to see loads of glorious pieces - Marshscape Collage Cotton duck, linen, wax, metal by Debbie Lyddon - this rugged landscape is a perfect example of an empty space.

Create texture with fabric manipulation. This fabric manipulation is inspiring for my flotsam and jetsam project.

The use of fraying and layered fabrics to build up texture is very interesting- creates a very dynamic piece.

Beautiful Crazy Patch Pillow Made From Scraps.  Now I have a destination for the sentimental embroidery pieces that have lost their function.

Beautiful Crazy Patch Pillow Made From Scraps. Now I have a destination for the sentimental embroidery pieces that have lost their function.

Kay Greenlees | Textile Study Group  "Hanging Sketch"  "Drawings, photographs and collected forms literally ‘hang together’ by a ‘thread’ that represents how I passed through a space and recorded a sense of place."

Hanging Sketch detail by Kay Greenlees. This ‘line of thought’ represents the very early stages of some visual thinking that records a short walk. Drawings described surfaces and marks.

Anita Quansah, a British Fashion designer who uses vintage and recycled materials with hand embroidery and machine embroidery.

British fashion designer Anita Quansah - uses vintage+recycled fabrics with hand+machine embroidery, creating gorgeous textures

Anita Quansah, a British Fashion designer who uses vintage and recycled materials with hand embroidery and machine embroidery.

British fashion designer Anita Quansah - uses vintage+recycled fabrics with hand+machine embroidery, creating gorgeous textures

print+broidery - Bold black baroque patterns melted into sherbet-shaded sequins depicting flowers @ElieSaabWorld #Couture

print+broidery - Bold black baroque patterns melted into sherbet-shaded sequins depicting flowers

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