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Issue 90’s out and it’s all about looking forward to warm spring days, with plenty of fresh new makes. It’s almost spring, so we’re bringing you a bumper mag to get ready for the change in season. Inside you’ll find two pretty awesome gifts — a spring bunny stitch kit from Kiriki Press, and a... Continue reading →
Textile Artists: 10 to Watch
Lately I find myself more and more drawn to textile art, in all its various forms. There’s something appealingly touchable about it, almost cuddly, and fabric and string, as a medium, provide for almost infinite possibilities. Here are 10 artists to watch. Jacqueline Fink of Little Dandelion creates small and large-scale works with a textural, otherworldly feel. These embroidered landscapes by Ana Teresa Barboza seem to come to life before your very eyes. Spotted on Trendland.
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Mi corazón está explotando por esta pieza. Esta es mi primera en una línea de fibra arte diseño floral pared colgantes, y me grita EL JARDIN SECRETO. Esta pieza es aprox. 44 vertical (desde la parte superior de las flores hasta la parte inferior de las extensiones) y 25 de ancho. Una variedad de
It doesn't take much to fall in love with Sheila Hicks. As one of the world's most renowned fiber artists, she gives credit to her mother, great aunts and grandmothers for influencing her textile art. She has traveled the world consulting, teaching and making her art. In the beginning of her career, Sheila was inspired by Pre-Columbian Peruvian textiles and traditional Mexican hand-weaving. As her work progressed, she began to integrate her exposure to other cultures into her enchanting…
Pia Wüstenberg's three different artisanal wool and cotton “seating structures.” She crafts each in her unique combination of weaving and felting which results in soft, durable, and weather-resistant outdoor swings and hanging seats.