a textile jellyfish installation by sayuri sasaki hemann <3

By Japanese born, Iowa based artist Sayuri Sasaki Hemann. These gorgeous fabric jellyfish, and felted anemones were part of a huge installation at the Portland airport in titled “Underwater Flight”.

JUDY MARTIN : Rough couching, over raveled weft threads, un-separated floss, and narrow strips of denim. It evokes Starry Night. "The threads and fabrics are familiar things used in an unfamiliar way. What is usually used to make a neat seam or a mended pocket, is used here in a messy and raveled manner." Read her post and enjoy the detail photos.

JUDY MARTIN : Rough couching, over raveled weft threads, un-separated floss, and narrow strips of denim

Brooklyn based artist Luli {aka Lourdes} Sanchez has a huge portfolio full of stunning textile designs

luli sanchez - textile design (color) Love the Kissing quality of the colours

Glossary-27 patterns  Sawdust and Embryos: Glossary of Design Terminology ~ Choosing a Pattern

Glossary of Design Terminology ~ Choosing a Pattern

Creative Textile Art

Creative Textile Art - forgetting the rules. by Rosemarie Smith [Kersbrook Training]

This combination of exquisite draping and the richness of the textiles print epitomises what I plan to achieve through my body of work. However, the only difference is that I'm proposing to work with mixed media textiles rather than just print specifically. Spring 2013

Zac Posen More Color, Pattern, and Drape

Embroidered landscape by Ana Teresa Barboza | http://inagblog.com/2016/06/next-artists-guide-5/ | #art #installation #embroidery

Embroidered landscape by Ana Teresa Barboza

colors

Mexican serapes, or long blanket-like shawls popular in Mexico. The colors are a great example of how colorful and vibrant the culture, food, music, and people are.

Sculpture? Fabric? Yes and yes… but also… jewelry! What!? This is the delicate, whimsical, gorgeous work of Japanese-born, US-based artist Mariko Kusumoto.

Mariko Kusumoto, Japanese-born, US-based artist Brooches, bracelets, and necklaces that look like they were found in a mermaid’s jewelry box.

17th century embroidered jacket and painting. Victoria & Albert Museum, May 2003.This is the earliest known example of a textile shown in a painting where both the painting and the textile still exist. It slightly post-dates the Elizabethan period – the jacket was made in 1610 and altered in 1620. The sitter is Margaret Laton and the painting is attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger.

century embroidered jacket and painting ~ Victoria & Albert Museum, May 2003 (textile shown in a painting still exist, the jacket was made in the sitter is Margaret Laton and the painting is attributed to Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger)

Part of the IMPRINT project by NINA WARMERDAM."For the IMPRINT project I create a new pattern every 48 hours. It is a way for me to do what I love and at the same time push myself to keep discovering new techniques and stay innovative."For more inform…

Part of the IMPRINT project by NINA WARMERDAM."For the IMPRINT project I create a new pattern every 48 hours. It is a way for me to do what I love and at the same time push myself to keep discovering new techniques and stay innovative."For more inform…

These great farmhouse pantry ideas can be used to give farmhouse style to any pantry, even if you live in a cookie cutter new house.

Best Ideas to Give Any Pantry Farmhouse Style

Laura Anne Marsden is a textile designer who created a technique for transforming waste plastic bags into lace. She uses a combination of traditional hand-stitch and needle lace-making, along with various processes to change the properties and appearance of the plastic bags

Laura Anne Marsden is a textile designer who created a technique for transforming waste plastic bags into lace. She uses a combination of traditional hand-

wallhanging;   oh, so lovely.... what I wish I could have done..... I wonder if the sewer and I would have anything else in common.... perhaps she is a soul such as I, or maybe we meet at this picture alone.  I'd like to think we'd sit well together over a nice cup of tea.

Well, I was all set to post early today & have almost a whole day of catching up with all the things I should have done before like finishin.

nomads door  “The breezes at dawn have secrets to tell you Don't go back to sleep! You must ask for what you really want. Don't go back to sleep! People are going back and forth  across the doorsill where the two worlds touch,The door is round and open Don't go back to sleep!” (Rumi)

Uzbekistan The view from the dinner yurt.

Edwardian Clothing at Vintage Textile: lace wedding dress. Ca. 1910 - would love to see it in other colours

Another splendid lace wedding dress, this one from It has been made from delicate embroidered net lace with bold accents of textured guipure flowers. I love the train.

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