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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

travel photo quilt. photo transfers to fabric

Anne Brooke - Collage Box

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

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

mary hettmasperger

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

Tammy Tutterow Basics | Dying Crinkle Ribbon with Distress Ink.

What A Beautiful Mess: ***How to Hand Dye Vintage Seam Binding Tutorial***

hand-dyed vintage seam binding tutorial | Little Birdie Secrets

hand-dyed vintage seam binding tutorial | Little Birdie Secrets

hand dyed silk velvet tutorial beehiveartsalon.b...

diy organizer Moss ༺✿ƬⱤღ

Four-Pocket Organizer

DIY.. Reversible Fabric Storage Bin | Haberdashery Fun

DIY.. Reversible Fabric Storage Bin | Haberdashery Fun

In case you missed it . . . Here’s one of our favorite small quilt projects, Little Treasures. Oh the possibilities! Free project.



Textile Snail Sculptures By Mister Finch

Mister Finch - Textile Snail Sculptures By Mister Finch