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2917-002 OAKHURST - IRIS

2917-002 OAKHURST - IRIS

Iris van Hepern...innovative fabric manipulation

Photography by Morgan O'Donovan, Team Peter Stigter and Sonny Vandevelde LUCID backstage

Elena Stokes - Tranquil Marsh - Wild Iris

Elena Stokes ~ Tranquil Marsh - Wild Iris "…constructed using my strip technique of hand dyed and batik fabrics torn, collaged and fused and then machine quilted." Great color and sense of movement you can see the water flowing toward you in the marsh.

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1900 - Amethyst Vintage French Nouveau France Poster Print Advertisement

Amethyst - From The Precious Stones Series - Color lithograph - Alphonse Maria Mucha c. 1900 Some of Mucha’s work, in honor is this amazing artist’s birthday today. Olga’s Gallery

Fabric Manipulation - cutout leather bodice with lace-up structure; sewing; creative fashion detail // Iris Van Herpen

Fabric Manipulation - cutout leather bodice with lace-up structure; creative fashion detail // Iris Van Herpen Maybe something for Printer Chat?

Callot Soeurs, ca. 1926. Silk, silk and metallic lace, and imitation pearls and opals. Indianapolis Museum of Art.....absolutely love this....

Callot Soeurs Dress - ca 1926 - by Callot Soeurs, Paris - Silk, silk & metallic lace, & imitation pearls & opals - Irises & water avens adorn this elegant dress - Indianapolis Museum of Art (jewelry inspiration).

'My Van Gogh irises' fabric by larkspurhill on Spoonflower - custom fabric, wallpaper, decals, gift wrap by Larkspur Hill

'My Van Gogh irises' fabric by larkspurhill on Spoonflower - custom fabric, wallpaper, decals, gift wrap by Larkspur Hill

How to Dye Fabric Black Naturally - Natural Black Fabric Dyes -Most irises grow from rhizomes which can be divided to create new plants. It is the roots/rhizomes of iris that will produce a black dye.

Make Your Own Organic Natural Black Dyes from Plants

How to Dye Fabric Black Naturally - Natural Black Fabric Dyes -Most irises grow from rhizomes which can be divided to create new plants. It is the roots/rhizomes of iris that will produce a black dye. I PREFER WALNUT HULL

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