'Tree Waratah': artwork by Julie Hickson, pod and pod gallery (Sydney, NSW, Australia)

'Tree Waratah': artwork by Julie Hickson, pod and pod gallery (Sydney, NSW, Australia)

1970 Framed Fabric Artwork - Image 1 of 7

1970 Framed Fabric Artwork

1970 Framed Fabric Artwork - Image 1 of 7

Fabrianne Nampitjinpa Peterson / Damper Seed Enlargement Love the gradation of size and color.

Silver flows art & australian indigenous simple and stunning - it's just color, value, and size that create the differences here. so much movement and depth!

Artist Liz Payne shares her gorgeous hand-painted and highly embellished textiles in the latest installment of "How Did You Do That?"

How Did You Do That? Liz Payne Interview

Embroidery // Artist Liz Payne shares her gorgeous hand-painted and highly embellished textiles in the latest installment of "How Did You Do That?

The Pink Pagoda: The Blues:

The Blues

The Pink Pagoda: The Blues Nice pattern for present yellow chairs in LR.

Check out the tutorial: #DIY Fabric Canvas Artwork @istandarddesign

20 Fabulous Wall Decor DIYs That You'll Want for Your Home

awesome cool Check out the tutorial: Fabric Canvas Artwork Industry Standard Design.danaz-home-de.

My TRU Life: Texture technique for your mixed media artwork                                                                                                                                                                                 More

My TRU Life: Texture technique for your mixed media artwork. what would happen if we did this with bleach on black cotton fabric?

image is 10x8 inches. Four iconic British biscuits- Bourbon cream, Party ring, Nice and Jammie Dodger turned into a freehand embroidered fabric artwork. An ideal gift for any tea and biscuit fan!  Felt is the main fabric used in this image, and detail is added using freehand machine embroidery, a method of drawing with a sewing machine.  Underneath the image the word time for tea are hand stamped onto linen. All items are promptly posted using Royal mails first class, signed for service.

image is 10x8 inches. Four iconic British biscuits- Bourbon cream, Party ring, Nice and Jammie Dodger turned into a freehand embroidered fabric artwork. An ideal gift for any tea and biscuit fan! Felt is the main fabric used in this image, and detail is added using freehand machine embroidery, a method of drawing with a sewing machine. Underneath the image the word time for tea are hand stamped onto linen. All items are promptly posted using Royal mails first class, signed for service.

How to make fabric artwork. « Rappsody in Rooms

How to make fabric artwork. « Rappsody in Rooms

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