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    Ted Hallman I Sunrise Twills

    Ted Hallman Fire Earth Air Water (detail), 1969; cotton, linen, dyed acrylic plastics; 14 x 6 ft. Photo: Courtesy of the artist

    Lenore G. Tawney Foundation Lenore Tawney's “Night Bird,” from 1958, combines linen, wool, rayon and silk.

    lenore tawney, 1963

    Twill combined with space dyeing

    Countdown to Fine Crafts @ the New Hope Winery: Karen Goeller

    rachmaninoff-beatwoven trenslates music into textile -southbank-centre.jpg

    Undulating Twill Draft Rayon Scarf by sapoague, via Flickr

    sicita: Gunta Stölzl  Wall hangingBauhaus Weimar, 1923Flatweave with Gobelin techniqueCotton, rayon and wool260 x 90 cm

    Holiday twill towels


    Textile Textile attributed Sarah Lipska (Polish, 1882–1973)

    Pieced Quilt Alphabet 1885 Pennsylvania photographed by SurrendrDorothy, via Flickr

    Molds by UnaOdd-Lynn. Used a product called Knead-a-Mold, from Townsend Atelier. It creates a silicone rubber mold that sets in less than 10 minutes. The final mold can be used in the oven (for polymer) and is food safe as well. Polymer clay can be used in the molds. Most molds were made from plants in the garden.

    papiertjes - Chocolate wrappers sewn on canvas by Jane Schouten

    Spot sampler, mid-17th century Linen canvas worked with silk and metal thread; stitches include tent, cross, back, plaited braid, detached buttonhole, knots, and laidwork

    Textile detail from weaver Margo Selby

    Log Cabin, 1850-1875, Silk, pieced. The size makes them think it was a parlor throw and not a bed cover.

    Embroidered evening cape (detail), c.1925 by Sarah Lipska

    // Woven Tapestry by racheljOK on Etsy

    Yarn bombing