Kim's Hot Textiles - Zapping the layers of Tyvek and polyester organza with a heat gun.

Kim Thittichai 's Hot Textiles - Zapping the layers of Tyvek and polyester organza with a heat gun.

"Forest" by Leslie Richmond Mixed fiber fabric, heat reactive base, metal patinas, acrylic paint, dyes

Fiber Artist Journey: Trees as Fiber Art. Forest" by Leslie Richmond Mixed fiber fabric, heat reactive base, metal patinas, acrylic paint, dyes

Innovative heat-treated shibori textile design with delicate organic-inspired 3D bubbles; fabric manipulation // Grethe Wittrock

Innovative heat-treated shibori textile design with delicate organic-inspired bubbles; fabric manipulation // Grethe Wittrock -- using silk organza

Kim Thittichai- cellophane , hand painting and heat gun

Kim's Hot Textiles: Extreme Surfaces for Stitch - West Dean College July 17 - 20 Everything you can do with Tyvec you can do with cellophane. Use some of the rolls you bought from Steve Johnstone.

Paint the Tyvek with Lumiere paints Cut to a size that suits, allowing for some shrinkage. Lay a sheet of baking paper over it and gently iron. Watch as the tyvek shrinks and shrivels and stop when your happy with the result.

Paint Tyvek with Lumiere paints Cut to a size that suits, allowing for some shrinkage. Lay a sheet of baking paper over it and gently iron. Watch as the Tyvek shrinks and shrivels and stop when you're happy with the result.

Giles Deacon A/W 2012 Macabre Romanticism | catwalks

Giles Deacon - A/W 2012 - Macabre Romanticism

Giles fall 2012

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FASHION - IDEAS - fabric manipulation at giles fall 2012 - “burnt paper” blouse

Distressed Tyvek Inchies (includes a great tutorial - can be done on a much larger scale)

from another pinner: Distressed Tyvek Inchies (includes a great tutorial - can be done on a much larger scale)

CAROLYN SAXBY MIXED MEDIA TEXTILE ART: October 2010

textile artist photography and mixed media - Carolyn Saxby Textile Art St Ives Cornwall

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