THURSDAY 14th MAY 2015: Idea of the garment being 'dipped' in embroidery, difficult to get such heavy block techniques to 'fuse' up the garment so its merges to become at one with the latex skin.

THURSDAY 14th MAY 2015: Idea of the garment being 'dipped' in embroidery, difficult to get such heavy block techniques to 'fuse' up the garment so its merges to become at one with the latex skin.

Embroidery Work by Carrie Violet of Memorial Stitches                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Creative Spotlight // 6 Awe-Inspiring Embroidery Artists

Asami Ohara is a textiles and embroidery designer, graduating the Glasgow School of Art in 2015. She creates unique abstract patterns and introduces new stitches with her knowledge of hand embroidery techniques. In her design process, photography and collage drawing are often applied to colour and composition analysis.

Asami Ohara - ArtsThread Profile

Asami Ohara is a textiles and embroidery designer, graduating the Glasgow School of Art in 2015. She creates unique abstract patterns and introduces new stitches with her knowledge of hand embroidery techniques. In her design process, photography and collage drawing are often applied to colour and composition analysis.

Neckpiece | Helen Whitworth.  Silk paper that she then dyed with batik combined with free standing embroidery elements

Neckpiece | Helen Whitworth. Silk paper that she then dyed with batik combined with free standing embroidery elements

I LOVE working with felt! The edges don’t fray, it’s delightfully warm, it takes embroidery beautifully, and it comes in the most luscious colors. But it’s different than regular fabric. These tips will make it super easy to work with. Why wool felt? It’s way more durable that the cheap acrylic stuff you can buy …

Everything You Need to Know about Working with Felt

I LOVE working with felt! The edges don’t fray, it’s delightfully warm, it takes embroidery beautifully, and it comes in the most luscious colors. But it’s different than regular fabric. These tips will make it super easy to work with. Why wool felt? It’s way more durable that the cheap acrylic stuff you can buy …

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