This is the second part of my roundup of all the different natural dyes I have been experimenting on during the past year. The first part was about collecting yourself from the nature, but not ever...

Natural Dyeing: Colours from the Supermarket

Page about natural dyeing, interesting! Maybe research about natural dyes and make a report about it for school?

Ammonite design in shibori by Annabel Wilson. Top shows outline stitching and below the finished design.Townhill Studio

Ammonite design in shibori by Annabel Wilson. Top shows outline stitching and below the finished design.Townhill Studio Really want great tips and hints concerning arts and crafts?

Idée de coussin: une moitié est couverte de lignes en vagues qui font une sorte de motif de gravure - tourbillons abstraits. L'autre moitié est un personnage ou objet.

kim_singiru -- Textile artist Chung-Im Kim silk screens patterns onto industrial felt pieces, hand stitching the felt to create dimensional wall sculptures that seem to sway-

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Thesis Industrial Knitting on RISD Portfolios

industrial knitting swatches from senior thesis collection. final use: space dividers, architectural skin, soft goods

Nature-Based Textiles by Vanessa Barragão Highlight Ecosystems Above and Below the Sea

Nature-Based Textiles by Vanessa Barragão Highlight Ecosystems Above and Below the Sea

Ravelry: fun9's Pentoeminoes

fun9's Pentoeminoes

Ravelry: fun9's Pentoeminoes

Assignment: Discover how contemporary artists use traditional craft forms to transform craft art into fine art.

loisalbinsonknit: “ Lois Albinson - Knitted sample (Moment of Impact ”

Delicate Woven by Mary Walker Phillips

experimental knitting by Mary Walker Phillips; from her book: “Creative Knitting: A New Art Form”.

'Secret Knots' project - Machine knitted development swatches by Eileen Braybrook 2013 #knitwear

'Secret Knots' project - Machine knitted development swatches by Eileen Braybrook 2013

weissesrauschen: unbenannt by marianbijlenga on Flickr.

Untitled by Dutch fiber artist Marian Bijlenga. TRY SOMETHING like this where each piece is made by someone clenching clay in their fist, then unite them all by thread

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