The texture of this silky pleated fabric is just exquisite. The folds and creases make it appear to look like a painting when seen from afar.

The texture of this silky pleated fabric is just exquisite. The folds and creases make it appear to look like a painting when seen from afar.

Fabric Manipulation - dyed & textured silk, suspended to create fluid drape - fiber art using shibori techniques; 3D surface pattern creation // Rebecca Cross #textiles

Fabric Manipulation - dyed & textured silk, suspended to create fluid drape - fiber art using shibori techniques; 3D surface pattern creation // Rebecca Cross #textiles

Detail, 'A Memory of a Memory' by Australian artist Lyndall Watson. Closeup of a Jacquard woven texture. via the artist's site

Detail, 'A Memory of a Memory' by Australian artist Lyndall Watson. Closeup of a Jacquard woven texture. via the artist's site

Rosie Logan BSc.C originally studied a degree in Agriculture followed by another 4 years  in  textiles, in Edinburgh. She has a passion for colour and texture and creates vibrant  textile wall panels and  larger works for corporate projects.

Rosie Logan BSc.C originally studied a degree in Agriculture followed by another 4 years in textiles, in Edinburgh. She has a passion for colour and texture and creates vibrant textile wall panels and larger works for corporate projects.

Pintucks - fabric manipulation technique to create surface pattern & texture with tucks; decorative stitch sample; creative sewing

Pintucks - fabric manipulation technique to create surface pattern & texture with tucks; decorative stitch sample; creative sewing

A textile design I did a few projects ago initially inspired by birds. The colour palette was taken from the humming bird display case in the National History Museum, London.  Ruffles of assorted coloured and sublimation printed polyester chiffon, clustered together on a base of tule.

A textile design I did a few projects ago initially inspired by birds. The colour palette was taken from the humming bird display case in the National History Museum, London. Ruffles of assorted coloured and sublimation printed polyester chiffon, clustered together on a base of tule.

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