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Add It Up Quilt from Quilting Modern by Jacquie Gering & Katie Pedersen.

Elaine Hughes - hand and machine stitched paper collages incorporating drawing, textiles and vintage ephemera

Paula Kovarik - detail of her quilt (LOVE THIS!!!)

belinda downes stitched, appliqued, and sewed this sweet scene

Domestic Armor In ancient Japan, people would donate silk kimonos to the monasteries. These would be cut and sewn to make patch-work garments called ‘kasas’. I liked the idea of a community combining used fabrics into one cloth

  • Johannes P

    HUH? There's a modern Western clock in the centre, & oven mits, plus a piece of fabric that says "CHERRY" in Roman alphabet, so it's obviously a contemporary work of art mimicking a MING Dynasty CHINESE WOMAN's DRESS. Where the hell do people get "domestic armor in Japan"..?!?! Pls pin in a culturally accurate manner.

  • Ketutar J.

    Johannes, before you react, follow the link. This is an artwork by Diane Savona, named "Domestic Armor", pinned from her Flickr account. She describes here her inspiration. Not the item itself.

The importance of a proper fit, Diane Savona

"Markers, Set 3", Diane Savona

From her Morristown, NJ fellowship exhibition... textile stories.

Diane Savona's - Fossil Garment #2 Amazing work... check out her flickr site & her website for the stories behind her work!