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Collection by Minna M

Piece and Press: reverse applique. Green area pieced from disappearing 9 patch pattern, cream laid over it, stitched around the deer outline, then trimmed near seam and allowed to fray. I love this quilt! Embroidery Designs, Quilting Designs, Quilt Design, Textiles, Quilting Projects, Sewing Projects, Reverse Applique, Quilt Modernen, Animal Quilts

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Jung Yul Park, pojagi artist, master of traditional Korean embroidery. Design Textile, Art Textile, Textile Fabrics, Textile Artists, Textile Patterns, Fabric Design, Sculpture Textile, Textile Texture, Thinking Day


UNASU is very pleased to be working in collaboration with Jung Yul Park, a pojagi artist and master of traditional Korean embroidery. Mrs. Park's considerable accomplishments extend to the beginning of her career in the late 1960's in Korea. For years she taught traditional Korean embroidery and maintained her own design studio. Along with Park's studio experience, she also lectured at nationally sponsored conventions and researched Traditional Palace Costumes of the Chosun Dynasty, which…

abstract textile weave on sticks fab rug weave technique for contemporary wall art on driftwood Art Fibres Textiles, Textile Fiber Art, Weaving Textiles, Weaving Art, Tapestry Weaving, Loom Weaving, Hand Weaving, Textile Tapestry, Sculpture Textile


Suite de 4 tapisseries de haute-lice (50 x 40 , 45 x 35 et 30 x 55 cm) Après avoir été touchée par la couleur et la matière de certaines écorces de Bouleau, j’ai voulu utiliser uniquement des fibre…

Quilts by acrowegirl clever use of textile and materials in this metal embellished textile art piece Fabric Textures, Textures Patterns, Textiles, Shibori, Quilting Designs, Art Quilting, Quilt Art, Art Textile, Landscape Quilts

"Matrix Opal II" by April Sproule; Matrix Opal II. 18'w x 24"h. Silk Crepe de Chine. Hand painted with Setacolor, embellished with threadwork, machine stitched.

Val Jackson ~ "Sandra's Getting Engaged" embroidered wall piece made on layered silk using free machine embroidery 100 x 75 cm © via Quilt Art *closeups at link* Sculpture Textile, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Motifs Textiles, Textile Patterns, Free Machine Embroidery, Embroidery Art, Fabric Art, Wearable Art

Val Jackson

A member of Quilt Art, a group of international quiltmakers, who are working to extend the boundaries of this medium and increase it’s recognition as an art form

A sampling of non-traditional quilts on display at Fall Quilt Market 2012 - Houston, TX Quilt Art, Textile Fiber Art, Fiber Art Quilts, Quilt Modernen, Fall Quilts, Contemporary Quilts, Traditional Quilts, Fabric Art, Textures Patterns

Quilts at Quilt Market - Non-Traditional (4)

A sampling of non-traditional quilts on display at Fall Quilt Market 2012 - Houston, TX

My Owl Barn: Sophie Standing: Textile Embroidery Art - hippo Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Illustrations, Illustration Art, Frida Art, Creative Textiles, Thread Painting, Thread Art, Animal Quilts

Sophie Standing: Textile Embroidery Art

Sophie Standing is a textile artist born in England and currently living in...

Inge Dusi, born in Germany, based in Chile, has used the ‘amarra’ textile technique: originally used in Pre-Colombian textiles & internationally recognized now as Shibori. Textile Texture, Textile Fiber Art, Weaving Textiles, Textile Fabrics, Fabric Weaving, Woven Fabric, Textiles Techniques, Weaving Techniques, Loom Weaving

Volume I

Volume I is inspired by the beautifully decorated ancient textiles in the book Step into the Inca World by Philip Steele, which lead me to...

Vessels, Shrines, and Reliquaries by Larkin Jean Van Horn 3d Quilts, Batik Quilts, Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Fabric Painting, Textiles, Fabric Bowls, Quilted Ornaments, Scrappy Quilts

Fireball by Larkin Jean Van Horn

Fireball by Larkin Jean Van Horn, from the Vessels, Shrines, and Reliquaries Gallery. Her studio on Whidbey Island is the source of a never-ending stream of surprises in layered textile art (quilts), heavily embellished, for display and as wearable art, as well as lavish bead work.