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Lecien Fabrics on Instagram: “🍒🍒Special Sneak Peek!!🍒🍒Old New 30’s collection 2017 (pre-ordering for shops will start soon!) will be super perfect for making many…”

Lecien Fabrics on Instagram: “🍒🍒Special Sneak Peek!!🍒🍒Old New 30’s collection 2017 (pre-ordering for shops will start soon!) will be super perfect for making many…”

Kuba Raffia Textile Overskirt with Appliquéd Patterns Africa - Kuba Raffia Textiles - Textiles

Kuba Raffia Textile Overskirt with Appliquéd Patterns Africa - Kuba Raffia Textiles - Textiles

Françoise Christien | Artiste textile feutrière | Peaux de mur

Françoise Christien | Artiste textile feutrière | Peaux de mur

For Slovakian textile lover Terézia Krnáčová, thread is as important as air or food. To honor this obsession, she created Everyday Bread, a simple project in which she elaborately stitches and weaves thread into slices of bread.

For Slovakian textile lover Terézia Krnáčová, thread is as important as air or food. To honor this obsession, she created Everyday Bread, a simple project in which she elaborately stitches and weaves thread into slices of bread.

There is a dual advantage of using these green methods because we also help our environment while texture and fiber of our carpets also remains intact.   http://annandalecarpetcleaning.net/

There is a dual advantage of using these green methods because we also help our environment while texture and fiber of our carpets also remains intact. http://annandalecarpetcleaning.net/

“I would describe my practice as well planned spontaneity. I always     start with a considered palette and story allowing me to design freely     and play with mark making, texture and composition. ”  When faced with a design brief, I don’t look for the new; I look back, and  guide myself with the inspiration that I’m constantly collecting through  everyday life. A very visual person, I will snap until my camera roll is  overloaded with images of lines, patterns, colour, composition form...

Cassie Byrnes, Textile + Surface Designer

“I would describe my practice as well planned spontaneity. I always start with a considered palette and story allowing me to design freely and play with mark making, texture and composition. ” When faced with a design brief, I don’t look for the new; I look back, and guide myself with the inspiration that I’m constantly collecting through everyday life. A very visual person, I will snap until my camera roll is overloaded with images of lines, patterns, colour, composition form...

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