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Textile art techniques

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Fiber Artist Terézia Krnáčová's 'Every Day' Bread 🍞 #art #foodart #fiberart

Atist Terézia Krnáčová explains, “I made a composition of seven, as there are days in week, dry slices of bread, six of them processing by textile techniques and the seventh is just a slice o…

Discover the lost Okinawan art of Bingata, a dyeing process that creates colorful fabrics with dynamic patterns.

Texturizing fabric can be a fun and easy way to add a lot of interest to your next quilting project. Heather Thomas reveals four simple methods for texturizing the fabric for your quilt. See what materials and tools you will need. Find out how easy it is to exercise these techniques.

Texturizing fabric can be a fun and easy way to add a lot of interest to your next quilting project. Heather Thomas reveals four simple methods for texturizing the fabric for your quilt. See what materials and tools you will need. Find out how easy it is to exercise these techniques.

This is from my free series on weaving with fabric strips, I show you how to weave fabric using tapestry techniques. #learntoweave #weaving #weavingwithfabric #tapestry

Oh my gosh, I have never really known how amazing silk is. ‘And even better than that is how easy it takes Eco Printing. How wonderful can it be when all you need is nature to make permanent impressions for you. Make yourself a Stunning Eco Printing scarf or give as a very unique gift. | For more, see my Textile Arts Boards ~> Fabric: Batik, Paint, Dye... ~> The Art of Batik ~> ThreadPainting ~ Embroidery ~> Quilting & Thread Painting ~> Crochet Euphorium Group

Oh my gosh, I have never really known how amazing silk is. ‘And even better than that is how easy it takes Eco Printing. How wonderful can it be when all you need is nature to make permanent impressions for you. Make yourself a Stunning Eco Printing scarf or give as a very unique gift. | For more, see my Textile Arts Boards ~> Fabric: Batik, Paint, Dye... ~> The Art of Batik ~> ThreadPainting ~ Embroidery ~> Quilting & Thread Painting ~> Crochet Euphorium Group

How to Gather Fabric to Create Texture

Learn how to gather fabric by hand to create a fun raised surface along a block. Then see how to assemble, quilt and embellish the gathered blocks.

Over the past few months I've been experimenting with different ways of making marks on cloth.  While I love the linear marks I have been producing with shibori and other techniques, I don't want to just keep repeating myself.  So I've been shaking things up.   I started by looking through my library of photographs and identifying certain qualities that interested me.  I also collected images with similar qualities from the internet and elsewhere to expand my ideas

Over the past few months I've been experimenting with different ways of making marks on cloth. While I love the linear marks I have been producing with shibori and other techniques, I don't want to just keep repeating myself. So I've been shaking things up. I started by looking through my library of photographs and identifying certain qualities that interested me. I also collected images with similar qualities from the internet and elsewhere to expand my ideas

Untitled piece (2012) by London-based fiber artist Kim Winter who wrote "After printing one of the mokume pieces with normal transparent binder, I left it to dry and then opened the pleats out flat. At regular intervals I then stitched sets of the pleats together and left other pleats ungathered, removing the original thread used to pull the pleats together." via the artist's blog Flextiles

After printing one of the mokume pieces with normal transparent binder, I left it to dry and then opened the pleats out flat. At regular intervals I then stitched sets of the pleats together and le…