Fabric Manipulation - dyed & textured silk, suspended to create fluid drape - fiber art using shibori techniques; 3D surface pattern creation // Rebecca Cross #textiles

Fabric Manipulation - dyed & textured silk, suspended to create fluid drape - fiber art using shibori techniques; surface pattern creation // Rebecca Cross by rosiete

Inspired by building sites and construction, my final year project explores hand embroidery as a contemporary artistic expression.

constructive embroidery

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Purple Lacquer Lace Feather Dress

Pouring Jug by Sue Walton. Jug oozing with manipulated and dyed fabric flowers pouring into a thimble.  Jabberwocky is a surreal tableau done with Ann Small who were both inspired by Alice in Wonderland stories.

Pouring Jug by Sue Walton. Jug oozing with manipulated and dyed fabric flowers pouring into a thimble. Jabberwocky is a surreal tableau done with Ann Small who were both inspired by Alice in Wonderland stories.

Techniques- hand knitting, crochet, machine & hand embroidery, and felting.

Long and Leafy Scarf with Embroidered Leaves- Tweedy Brown with Sap Green and Olive Drab Berries

A2 Textiles: Priestley College

This inspires me to create a garment for my final outcome and to explore natural elements of nature like moss, grass and the difference between modern buildings and old buildings.

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