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(Source: tfortextiles)

xostitches:

/by charliepringle

lovely!

munan15:

free motion machine embroidery on linen completed during Oct-Nov 2013 - © Cathy Cullis.

(via eclecticslide)

anatebgigallery:

Margo Wolowiec,Three Degrees And No Visibility, 2014.
Handwoven polyester, cotton, linen, dye-sublimation ink, fabric dye.
81 x 57 inches.

Anat Ebgi Gallery is pleased to announce our first solo exhibition with artist Margo Wolowiec opening April 19 and on view until May 31, 2014. 

Opening reception: Saturday April 19, 6-8pm

fernsandmoss:

image from Weaver’s Study Course: Ideas and Techniques by Else Regensteiner. more images here

(via the59thstreetbridge)

loom-ing:

John Brooks

Our Chart (detail)

Hand woven wool, cotton, rayon, lurex, expanding foam, latex, digital screen

2013

(via obligationaloctopus)

whimsebox:

Jennifer Strunge, Growth, 2008-9, recycled clothing, polyester stuffing, cardboard

(Source: irisnectar, via obligationaloctopus)

luxuryuncovered:

Inspired by ancient methods, made by modern hands. Celebrate timeless design with Doug Johnston’s coiled works of art. #IdeasUncovered

fibersnorthtexas:

Nicole Dane.

Untitled: from our bar-doodle.

50” X 75”.

MX dye, thiox, and deconstructed screen-printing.

2014.

jsarloutte:

Ça avance…!

sambwmn:

Gunta Stölzl

Born in the very late nineteenth century, German artist Gunta Stölzl was one of the modern masters of 20th century textile art. Educated at the Bauhaus during the early 1920′s, she went on to become the director of weaving and eventually a full master in 1928. [x]