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Shibori from the exhibit "Shibori/Arbetets Själ" by Svenska Shiborisällskapet at Almgrens sidenväveri (the only remaining silk weaving mill north of the Alps).  http://www.kasiden.se/

Shibori from the exhibit "Shibori/Arbetets Själ" by Svenska Shiborisällskapet at Almgrens sidenväveri (the only remaining silk weaving mill north of the Alps). http://www.kasiden.se/

Contemporary Hand Embroidery, A record of exhibitions, new work and works in public/ private collections. For day to day goings on, follow the link to KarinBirch::Sewn

Contemporary Hand Embroidery, A record of exhibitions, new work and works in public/ private collections. For day to day goings on, follow the link to KarinBirch::Sewn

Wendy Feldberg  “Garden Cloth 1” 2009. Rust print and hand-dye on cotton; free machine embroidery; appliqué; foiling.

Wendy Feldberg “Garden Cloth Rust print and hand-dye on cotton;

'RARA AVIS' Pendants (Latin for 'rare bird', a rare person or thing; a rarity)   ((woah! the colors in these are amazing!!)

rara avis, the autumn edition by tinctory - Hand dyed feather thingamabobs, from gorgeous natural dyes.

Colourful shibori patterns created with different methods of shibori stitch resist with indigo and fibre reactive dyes all by Townhill Studio. Inspired by the natural world a great variety of designs are shown: flower & seed heads, leaves of different shapes and sizes, so much is possible!

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Colourful shibori patterns created with different methods of shibori stitch resist with indigo and fibre reactive dyes all by Townhill Studio. Inspired by the natural world a great variety of designs are shown: flower & seed heads, leaves of different shapes and sizes, so much is possible!

Hailing from Colombia, designer Miguel Mesa Posada makes a political statement with his quilt-like paper garments. Entitled Potosí (Spanish ...

Mining For Inspiration

Hailing from Colombia, designer Miguel Mesa Posada makes a strong visual statement with his quilt-like paper garments. Entitled Potosí (Spanish for “unmeasurable wealth”) his…

'Ogallala Aquifer Depletion' (2014) by by American fiber artist Kathryn Clark. Four 4 x 6 inch indigo dyed linen textiles with embroidery and ink. via the artist's site

'Ogallala Aquifer Depletion' by by American fiber artist Kathryn Clark. Four 4 x 6 inch indigo dyed linen textiles with embroidery and ink.

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