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Color & Pattern


Color & Pattern

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This kimono pattern inspired work by artist Donna Sakamoto Crispin, who is featured in this post from Art and Soul - A Creative Journey

Africa | Indigo strip woven and resist dyed cotton cloth. Known as Ndop Cloth Baminiki People, Grassland of Cameroon |

Quilt | The Other Side of the River - Margaret Cooter

Cool tangles

KNOT GARDEN - via Craftsy

Azerbaijani embroidery design work.

Tibet | Young woman in Lhasa | © Steve McCurry

natural baskets constructed from bark and intricately colored with natural pigments are by Aboriginal craftsmen.

Japanese pattern book, Ashmolean Museum

Copper pennies in various stages of oxidation.

Willy Doreleijers, Molen -- from Open European Quilt Championships

Inkodye and SolarFast sampling by students at Sievers School of Fiber Arts on Washington Island, Wisconsin, US

Drawing with a sewing machine and painting in the details. Beautiful.

"Fishing Nets" | ©Carol Leigh

Wensleydale Scarf by Carol Rhoades

Gunta Stölzl - Watercolor and ink fabric design, 1919–1925. Bauhaus Archive.

Gunta Stölzl | BAUHAUS ARCHIVE | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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Beaded Bag (Reticule) - 1818 -30 collected in Mexico by Elizabeth Morrow now in the Met. Interesting read at www.metmuseum.org...

Dazzle camouflage was a military camouflage paint scheme used extensively during World War I. Without effective means to disguise ships in all weathers, the dazzle technique was employed, not to conceal the ship but to make it difficult for the enemy to estimate its type, size, speed and direction of travel. From Public Domain Review.

Dazzle Ships | The Public Domain Review

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The Cow With The Subtle Nose 1954, Jean Dubuffet

Hilma Af Klint

Huguette Caland, this piece on sheepskin, unable to find name of piece

Oil and water

vintage pattern book, full of stencil patterns for kimono fabrics

Gees Bend quilt. Annie Mae Young - Work-clothes quilt with center medallion of corduroy strips, 1976. Denim, corduroy, synthetic blend

Quilts of Gees Bend / q026-10.jpg

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Andrea Benson: “Unravelling 2”