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Arper celebrates the enduring potential of the Catifa family taking the bicolor customizations to a new level of contrast and curation. Originally designed in 2004 for contract and big space use, Catifa 46, new for 2016, will be available in an updated range of a soft yet complex palette: rosé, petrol, yellow, ivory and smoke. Any combination of these refreshed colors can be paired or contrasted with customizable seat pad, or interpreted as a monochrome statement. for Arper.

Arper celebrates the enduring potential of the Catifa family taking the bicolor customizations to a new level of contrast and curation. Originally designed in 2004 for contract and big space use, Catifa new for will be available in an updated ra

Hmong cotton-Indigo Batik fabric textiles and by tribalcollection

Hmong Cotton Indigo Batik fabric, textiles and fabrics-Thailand-Table runner

I chose to pin this because I thought that someone has used there imagination to form a beautiful unique dress piece.

Fabric manipulation and textile design - by Marit Jujiwara fabric textile manipulation fashion design inspiration

Small Handmade Fabric Textile Beads for by jimenastreasures

Small Handmade Fabric Textile Beads for Artisan Jewelry Designs - wooly wire beads

Peruvian manta Inca Fabric Textile set of 5 bangle Bracelet Tribal summer accessory Folk art Ethnic rainbow colorful jewelry Design by Inali...

Peruvian manta Inca Fabric Textile set of 5 bangle Bracelet Tribal summer accessory Folk art Ethnic rainbow colorful jewelry Design by Inali

Parasols and colorful umbrellas can give you the shade that you might want at an outdoor event.  The colorful umbrella can also help keep you dry.   Luli Sanchez (fabric/textiles)

Powerful Abstracts by artist Lourdes Sanchez

dissolvable fabric- textile artist Anne Griffiths has used brain scans, particularly focusing on the disease dimentia as inspiration for her work. Here, she has used dissolvable to create a lace-like effect.

dissolvable fabric- textile artist Anne Griffiths has used brain scans, particularly focusing on the disease dimentia as inspiration for her work. Here, she has used dissolvable to create a lace-like effect.

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