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Appliqued piece created from vintage and recycled fabrics which are deconstructed and meticulously fused together using different textile techniques.

late 12th–14th century, Eastern Central Asia ___  Silk embroidery on plain-weave silk;  The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Rogers Fund, 1988

A World of Splendor

[Textile with Animals, Birds, and Flowers, late 12th–14th century, Eastern Central Asia Silk embroidery on plain-weave silk; Overall: 14 5/8 x 14 7/8 in. (37.1 x 37.8 cm) The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Rogers Fund, 1988 (1988.296)] Brimming with vivid, beautiful images, the expanded website for The World of Khubilai Khan: Chinese Art in the Yuan Dynasty is now live. And I'm not exaggerating with my choice of "brimming." The Met has put together a really comprehensive online…

Textile with Animals, Birds, and Flowers - East Central Asia - 12-14th century

Textile with Animals, Birds, and Flowers | Eastern Central Asia | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Flowers of the Vine by Frances Holliday Alford.  This is so far from my usual aesthetics, but I have fallen in love with this beauty.

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Here we have a selection of more quilts from the exhibitions at Houston Quilt Market 2013. These are all a wide variety of styles and techniques which caught my eye for one reason or another... Enjoy!

18th Century Embroidered Silk Man's Waistcoat | Flickr : partage de photos !

18th Century Embroidered Silk Man's Waistcoat

There is speculation that this 18th Century vest belonged to John Jay. In an era of ever advancing research and technology, the Jay Heritage Center hopes to learn more about the provenance of this fascinating historic garment. Jay Heritage Center 210 Boston Post Road Rye, NY 10580 (914) 698-9275 Email: jayheritagecenter@gmail.com Follow an like us on: Twitter @jayheritage Facebook www.facebook.com/jayheritagecenter Pinterest www.pinterest.com/jaycenter YouTube…