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Blue-Yellow Reversible Kantha Embroidered Silk Shawl

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Resist dyed indigo cotton

Africa | Indigo resist dyed textile from Mali | 1950s

Resist dyed indigo cotton. |

14th century; Nasrid Spain Silk

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Africa | Wrapper ~ bokolanfini ~ from the Bamana people of the Mali | 20th century

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Tribal Fabric Lewis and Wood

Tribal Fabrics from our Big Prints range

LEWIS & WOOD Tribal print in Flame Tree

Tribal Fabrics from our Big Prints range

junko oki [lemon] Japanese textile artist Junko Oki calls her work ‘Woky Shoten’ meaning ‘free movement of the line to make a simple repetition of work’. Her intricate embroideries have a worn vintage quality with layers of meticulous stitch work creating pathways and pattern.

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Priceless textile art from the Inca period in pre-hispanic South America. Stellar design and colors


Judy's Journal - Judy Martin

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Kola nut and indigo hand-dyed fabrics from The Gambia

Sarah Campbell

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India | Textile, 18th century

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African Textile by designer wallace | Image via

October 2007

18th Century French Silk Brocade


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Suzani derives from the Persian word for needle. However, for textile lovers, the word is synonymous with the glories of Uzbek embroidery. Stitched cooperatively by women and girls for centuries as part of their dowries, suzanis today remain a significant decorative and cultural art in Uzbekistan. Since the 2nd century B.C. Central Asia's great oasis cities absorbed designs from all over the Silk Road.

Symbols in Stitches: Uzbek Suzanis

Mujo antique Japanese katazome indigo textile

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Fabric from Christian Dior haute couture s/s 2014


Xuta. The weavers and craftsmen behind the range of products under Xuta are part of communities and families that have spun, woven, printed and dyed for generations.

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Silk fukusa (gift cover) embroidered with a flight of cranes, Japan, 1800-50, Edo period

Art Deco: Global Inspiration

Vintage vegetable dyed textile throws from Argentina

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Japanese single gauze cotton from missmatatabi

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Paola Gambetti

Uzbek Suzanis - An Introduction, click through

Uzbek Suzanis - An Introduction

:: Yoruba Ashoké Cloth

Art from Africa | Yoruba Ashoké Textiles

series of experimental textile batik/collage works

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Paola Gambetti