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Yellow 09 Floral Prints

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Mafalda Silva | Restaurante Julia | Tangled Memories | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | Textile Art | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****

Wonderful mixed media piece of embroidered leaves over a black and white digital photograph by Mafalda Silva, Tangled Memories exhibition (solo show)

amazing sketches done with a sewing machine! by Sarah Walton

love these pieces by UK based artist Sarah Walton… her squiggly embroidery, those floopy hounds, and a whole bunch of crazy/vintage floral patterns. Um, I have nothing else to say, as I am currently experiencing some kind of jealousy overload.

TREND BOOK  Fall/Winter 2018-2019 will be a season of Resilience. The five themes of the season are Survival, Vibrance, Rebound, Strength, & Daring. The book consists of fabrics, fibers, trims, colors, and accessories that will be on trend during Fall/Winter 2018-2019.


TREND BOOK Fall/Winter will be a season of Resilience. The five themes…

ECO PRINTING! Try this. Now. You basically wrap leaves and flower petals in fabric, ball it up, and steam it. They dye the fabric. It's gorgeous.

Tutorial on eco-dyeing from 12 Months in View: Eco Printing on Fabric

gentlethrills:  foxontherun: (via Colors / wow! Love this pattern and colors on this over-dyed rug!)

wingthread: foxontherun: (via Colors / wow! Love this pattern and colors on this over-dyed rug!) This is what the second half of my S/S collection looks like. Shooting it in a few days, 3000 miles away.

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Bold abstract floral pattern design ideas and inspiration. Love this graphic flower print. Navy blue, pale pink and white, yes!

Amazing handmade textile by Anita Quansah--created from deconstructed vintage and recycled fabrics

Appliqued piece created from vintage and recycled fabrics, deconstructed and meticulously fused together using different textile techniques, by Anita Quansah London