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: Maggie Grey, computer designed, woven and subsequently machine stitched

: Maggie Grey, computer designed, woven and subsequently machine stitched

directions for freehand machine embroidery in a circular motion to attach the Tyvek to a piece of rusted cotton velvet.

directions for freehand machine embroidery in a circular motion to attach the Tyvek to a piece of rusted cotton velvet.

Manipulated Tyvek and foiling applied to foiled vilene with machine embroidery.

Manipulated Tyvek and foiling applied to foiled vilene with machine embroidery.

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zenfrogyeah: “ Felt Furoshiki by India Flint ” eco printing (natural dyeing)

zenfrogyeah: “ Felt Furoshiki by India Flint ” eco printing (natural dyeing)

Another lovely triptych by Tracey Evans, using Powertex (of course!), 3D balls and 3D Easy Flex for the cracked effect.

Another lovely triptych by Tracey Evans, using Powertex (of course!), 3D balls and 3D Easy Flex for the cracked effect.

Water by Sue Hotchkis

Water by Sue Hotchkis

materialworld:    Sample of print from eucalyptus leaves by India Flint, an artist who specializes in using plant derived dyes & printing.

materialworld: Sample of print from eucalyptus leaves by India Flint, an artist who specializes in using plant derived dyes & printing.

Cliffhanger by Carol Coleman

Cliffhanger by Carol Coleman

Margaret Frances Crowther "Crosscurrents" - "I make woven sculptural wall hangings and free standing pieces based on natural and organic forms. I use mainly sisal and / or paper yarns which I first dye or stain and other materials both natural and synthetic. I use various techniques mainly weaving and knotting and have a particular interest in finding different ways of achieving three-dimensional forms."

Margaret Frances Crowther "Crosscurrents" - "I make woven sculptural wall hangings and free standing pieces based on natural and organic forms. I use mainly sisal and / or paper yarns which I first dye or stain and other materials both natural and synthetic. I use various techniques mainly weaving and knotting and have a particular interest in finding different ways of achieving three-dimensional forms."

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