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Fiber Art Inspiration

Fiber Art Inspiration

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Pele, silk carving, 17" x 48". Go to the website to learn more about this remarkable piece and see it hanging in context.

Images by Petra Voegtle

Betty Busby

pleated silk shibori with needle-felted backbround mounted on to textured/painted surface - genius.

Margo Duke: Shibori Borealis

Head by Alice Kettle (photo credit: Joe Low)

Non Commerical « Joe Low

Louise watson


Janet Cook Quilts - pattern detail

love technique

"Three Leaves" are back from three year long journey through galleries in Ontario as part of Threadworks...Finally I got a chance to take detail pictures...

from textile artist Kirsten Chursinoff's Flickr


Art In Stitches: How to Make an "In Box"

Art In Stitches: How to Make an "In Box"

47140 Beta vulgaris subsp. maritima | Rhubarb

Yumi Okita ; Textile Creatures

Yumi Okita - Textile Creatures - Creativitea

The enlarged details of the AS Textiles final piece illustrate Halima’s high level of craftsmanship; the skilful manipulation of media and careful integration of shape, texture, surface and colour. Working with undulating stitched and torn paper, organic forms emerge from painted and drawn marks; fabric is cut, slashed, folded and moulded into shapes that are born from the mushrooms analysed in the early phase of the project.

A Level Textiles: Beautiful Sketchbook Pages


Cindy Riccardelli .

Jill Ehlert - Bamfield - Algal art 2.jpg Select pieces of seaweed, lay those on top of a piece of wet paper that has a fibre content that is low in acidity and high in absorbency. Lay this in a press to dry flat. Heavy duty wax paper was laid over top of the piece and then placed between many sheets of newspaper, j-cloths and cardboard to absorb the moisture. Heavy weights are put on top. This takes several days to dry.

Felting felted wool landscape fiber fibre art

Beata Wehr

Strong Medicine

Strong Medicine


Sea turtle

Love the colour and texture of the glaze

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Michael Mahan Gorgeous!