Embroi­dered bags you’d get at your local bodega/corner store. Who is the artist that did this? I only found this piece on the Bom­bay Sap­p...

More Textile-ish Things I've Seen Lately & Liked

Embroi­dered bags you’d get at your local bodega/corner store. Who is the artist that did this? I only found this piece on the Bom­bay Sap­p...

Alice Ballard's Greenville, SC studio. Ceramics based on seed pods

Alice Ballard's Greenville, SC studio. Ceramics based on seed pods

Emily Jan | Oakland, California, USA. | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****

Emily Jan | Oakland, California, USA. | Weekly Artist Fibre Interviews | Fibre Art | International | Canadian | World of Threads Festival | Contemporary Fiber Art Craft Textiles | Oakville Ontario Canada ****

Bags of Aggro - Kirsty Whitlock mixed media fiber art http://www.kirstywhitlock.com/ #stitching

Bags of Aggro - Kirsty Whitlock mixed media fiber art http://www.kirstywhitlock.com/ #stitching

jennifer collier::the empty teabags provide little pockets which when stuck together from the fabric of the glove and stitched together exactly as you would a fabric glove

jennifer collier::the empty teabags provide little pockets which when stuck together from the fabric of the glove and stitched together exactly as you would a fabric glove


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Holly Levell  Came across her work in embroidery magazine, love that she doesn't worry about the perfect shape. Therefore creating a more interesting object as it creates its own look.

Holly Levell Came across her work in embroidery magazine, love that she doesn't worry about the perfect shape. Therefore creating a more interesting object as it creates its own look.

Dawn Tan    Here we can observe what can be made when taking the quilting and intervening of fabrics to the extreme in what refers to scale, shape and concept. The large scale of the pieces and the loud aesthetic inherent to the products they are mimicking make a loud comment on objects of daily human consumption.

Dawn Tan Here we can observe what can be made when taking the quilting and intervening of fabrics to the extreme in what refers to scale, shape and concept. The large scale of the pieces and the loud aesthetic inherent to the products they are mimicking make a loud comment on objects of daily human consumption.

The Felt Cornershop by Lucy Sparrow sells hand-stitched groceries

The Felt Cornershop by Lucy Sparrow sells hand-stitched groceries

Lucy Sparrow reinterprets a bag of Doritos, in felt! The Corner Shop, Bethnal Green.

Holly Levell - Textile Artist specialising in the everydayness through her soft sculptures.

Holly Levell - Textile Artist specialising in the everydayness through her soft sculptures.

Holly Levell takes everyday stuff and makes quirky textile versions!

Holly Levell takes everyday stuff and makes quirky textile versions!

Japanese traditional handmade ball, Temari 手鞠

Japanese traditional handmade ball, Temari 手鞠

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