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    Tom of Holland darning tutorial by Tom van Deijnen.

    The Speedweve - Lancashire's Smallest Loom Directions for Use

    Awesome tutorial on how to make these quick and easy DIY Giant Floor Pillows in only minutes at

    DIY Giant Floor Pillows - The Happy Housie

    Mr. Finch's studio || Sweet Paul - Winter 2013 - Page 80-81

    Sweet Paul - Winter 2013

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

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    A scattering of stars - Backbone of the night. Textile piece involving Japanese Boro techniques of layering fabrics and stitching together. Vintage fabrics dyed indigo.

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    Use this tutorial to permanently watercolor on fabric! This makes beautiful pillows and so much more!

    How to Watercolor Paint on Fabric | Tutorial

    stitch therapy

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    (Sooo pretty. I love these sort of things. Whimsy. Mystery. Something new each time you look at it. The very definition of perfection in my book!)

    Ornamental: June 2008

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    How to make a giraffe and its metal skeleton for needle felting


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    Tutorial: Stefanie’s method for beautiful gathers

    Project Run and Play: Guest Judge: Stefanie from Girl.Inspired

    Textile Toadstools By Mister Finch

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    travel photo quilt. photo transfers to fabric

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    Anne Brooke - Collage Box

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    Mister Finch - Timeline Photos

    Jennifer Talbot

    Jennifer Talbot, Artist

    Rust on Textile Art with thanks to zamirte, Study Resources for Art Students, CAPI ::: Create Art Portfolio Ideas at, Art School Portfolio Work

    Wood Furniture, Buy Real Wooden Furniture Online

    Colonial Knot a figure 8 around the needle.

    My Sweet Prairie: - - - Saturday Stitches - - -

    jude hill

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    Rustic Textile Art / Fiber Art - Hand Embroidered Mixed Media Original Artwork - Fragment no. 5, Victoria Gertenbach

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    mary hettmasperger

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    Make your own textiles using water soluble fabric (tip...use the hospital bags they wash their linen in...they dissolve in the same way and are very, very inexpensive)

    Just Jude: Use Every Wee Bit!

    Wet nylon velvet and silk satin yardage ready to go into the microwave. The nylon velvet will dry to pastel shades. I normally microwave everything for 2 to 3 minutes and then air-dry. I do not rinse the fibers when they come out of the microwave. Fibers can be gently hand-washed or dry-cleaned but as a rule I do not machine-wash any of my hand-dyed fibers, since I use them for embellishing. All embroidered wearables are dry-cleaned. - (I will let dry and set in dryer personally!)

    ribbonsmyth: September 2011

    Here's a simple tutorial on dyeing fibers. All of these were dyed in less than 30 minutes using Ribbonsmyth non-toxic dyes. Once dyed, they were heat-set in the microwave. I mixed silk dyes and rayon dyes together. In this photo: double-sided silk satin, brown and mauve nylon single-faced velvet, a gray rayon motif, 2mm silk cord, glitter velvet, white silk ribbon and silk carrier rods. Whatever you have on-hand, dye it! Nylon fibers will dye only in pastel shades.

    ribbonsmyth: September 2011