A for Assemblage Shelley Rhodes - i love decorated labels, something i should really try for starting my sketch book
Check the link to Debbie's website to see loads of glorious pieces - Marshscape Collage Cotton duck, linen, wax, metal by Debbie Lyddon - this rugged landscape is a perfect example of an empty space.
I love how she sews the photos together like a web. Lisa Kokin - Persona Sewn found photographs, buttons, 2001
Waterland Iris Cas Holmes- my favorite flower
Study in Poses by New York artist Gwen Shockey. A sewn drawing investigating identity through the manner in which a woman’s body moves and poses.
Spirit Cloth: 34 entries from May 2014
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Stitch and Tickle: Boro: Rags and Tatters from the Far North of Japan, boro stitching japanese mending
Love this: Tree Relief. by Gloria McRoberts (fabric, textile, fiber art) - Crafting Now
Mandy Pattullo "thread and thrift". This is a collage with piecing, embroidery but no quilting.
Embroidery by Nancy Nicholson (UK). Article by Derya Erkan - Textile Design and Designer`s Platform
kind of like the monocromatic and simple stitching
indigo sashiko boro quilt - love the ruggedness and visual interest
Sashiko - traditional Japanese fabric designs for Zentangle inspiration
Mottainai: The Fabric of Life at the Portland Japanese Garden November
‘Boro‘, a Japanese word meaning ‘tattered rags’, used to describe lovingly patched clothes and bedding…
Never discard a piece cloth that is at least large enough to wrap 3 beans