“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

Marit Fujiwara.

Watercolor Couture

Textile Artist Marit Fujiwara uses stitch and fabric manipulation to build up textures with a marbled surface. Would be interesting to combine this with my other marbling experiments to create new textures.

Fabric manipulation and textile design - Braided faux black leather

Simili cuir noir tressé

Vibrant, joyful, and oh so painstaking all at the same time! This is the work of Sydney based artist Liz Payne. I found her work on Instagram, which is where most of the work above comes from. Her fin

liz payne (The Jealous Curator)

Gorgeous print! #digitalprint #india #digitallyprintedfabric Maharani by Osborne Little www.chimoraprint.com digitally printing really cool patterns on to a fabric of your choice in india. Create your own unique fabric!

This influenced my idea for my final outcome, by using the fabric from my continuous pattern design. I like the used of graphic images on fabric.

Art created using textiles like weaving and sewing thread to produce images.

rhian swierat (The Jealous Curator)

New York-based artist/graphic designer Rhian Swierat's stiched sketches combine painting, drawing, thread and sequins.

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