the fantastic work of author and textile artist Ruth Singer. Inspired by historical textiles, museum objects, personal heritage, memory and stories, Ruth creates one-off textile artworks and products using sustainable and recycled materials. She uses hand-stitched construction techniques such as pleating, gathering, applique and structured stuffing to create dense surface texture.
WEDNESDAY 20TH NOVEMBER 2013- Beginning to play with different print techniques- and how different mediums can create different cellular-like surfaces. One of many puff binder samples- process of mixing dyes with puff binder, applying different thicknesses to different based fabrics( both lightweight and heavyweight) and then leaving under the heat press to see the growth of the cells develope.