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Fiber Art: Stitch-Bead-Texture-Form-Weave

Silk Embroidery -Susho- Flower by Queen Silk art

Jacque Textile Designs Ltd, Digitally printed fabric

Debbie Lyddon- Small Marshscape-Black Loops and Metal Posts, Cloth, Stitch and Wax

This textile moth sculpture is just awe-inspiring!

textiles by Helen Suzanne

Trudi Pollard - Australian textile artist by Pollard Designs specialising in natural dyes using Western Australian plants...

"Waterfall" fabric art wall hanging by Karen Cattoire'

Look what Sophie Gelfi does with cords! Superb control, so flowing.

Fiber Artist Journey: Trees as Fiber Art. Forest" by Leslie Richmond Mixed fiber fabric, heat reactive base, metal patinas, acrylic paint, dyes

Detail Hut's on fire by Karen Cattoire

Textile beach by Helen Suzanne

Van Gogh in buttons and more by Jane Perkins

green fabric flowers By Anabella Joana

NanaAkua's grandmother of 88 in 2009 created these unbelievable Japanese traditional gifts called Temari . They are of the highest quality that you may ever see and to be given one is of great friendship and faithfulness. Temari. Meaning ‘hand ball’ in Japanese. - See more at: www.curiouspeeps....

Drawing on a stock of more than 6,000 colors of thread, a nun repairs a tapestry designed by Raphael, in which Peter receives the keys to the church from Christ. —From the National Geographic book Inside the Vatican, 1991

Sue Von Ohlsen | Crochet Coral Reef

Spoons by priscilla jones, via Flickr

Everyday Objects Tell My Story by janelafazio, via Flickr

Fibers on water soluble fabric

Made from leftover strips of quilt fabric, stitched with built in patterns and couched with yarns. Made by Linda Stokes

Machiko Agano, String Web, Holy Trinity Church, Brighton, UK, 2001: Japanese master weaving artist and artisan Machiko Agano is known for her elaborately woven structures usually created to be installed in a specific space.

Three-Dimensional Fiber Art by Barbara Schneider

Fabric folding: fennel by Leslie Fehling