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Medusa, Amparo de la Sota, 2013 50 X190 cm. Knitting. Linen, polyester.

Medusa, Amparo de la Sota, 2013 50 X190 cm. Knitting. Linen, polyester.

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Dupioni silk squares held together by embroidery floss: the sorts of things one can do on a Bernina machine. - Could be done with teabags!

India Flint

Cloth dyed with leaves and other interesting things by India Flint

Textile artists Trudi and Helena Pollard use natural dyes made from plants found in Western Australia

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

Textiles Sketchbook fabric explorations

Project 10 A design project – Stage 3 Developing your design – sampling and a prototype

Have you ever wanted to be the embroiderer behind the gowns on the catwalk? Or the designer behind embroidered throws and cushions on the highstreet? In this course Karen Nicol, who has worked for everyone from Chloe to Anthropologie, reveals how textile artists work in fashion, interiors and art – and how you can too.

This is Karen Nicol, who has worked for everyone from Chloe to Anthropologie, reveals how textile artists work in fashion, interiors and art – and how you can too.

textile artist photography and mixed media - Carolyn Saxby Textile Art St Ives Cornwall

Carolyn Saxby - Sea momentoes (Check out how she handles scenes) -textiles and mixed media

Lesley Richmond, Textile Artist

Lesley Richmond is a textile artist inspired by natural forms and textures. She works with textile processes to simulate organic surfaces.

John Elice: Peacock Turquoise Blue Green Bold Jewel Toned Handpainted Watercolor Torn Paper Collage

textured papers - in boxed frame with clear lettering decals on. so effective!

Pickstitchers with patience  not all those who wander are lost(India Flint blog).

Australian Textile Designer- India Flint-Pickstitchers with patience not all…