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Un journal d'inspiration sur la création textile...

Un journal d'inspiration sur la création textile...

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How to make a paper weaving artwork the red thread :: create, inspire, share craft tutorials, DIY, design, interiors TUTORIAL :: How to make a paper weaving artwork History The Monoyama period (1573 - 1614) is the beginning of the kumihimo of today. It evidenced change in kimono style with the introduction of a very wide ”obi” (sash) that required a narrow cord to hold it in place. The braided ”obijime” was created for this purpose. The style is still worn in Japan today when wearing a kimono is appropriate. Toward the end of the Edo period (1616 - 1867), the takadai, or high braiding stand, developed into its current form, one allowing for more complex, intricate patterns to be created. Edo (later named Tokyo) became the center for kumihimo.

Fiber Wow. That’s about all I can say after reading how Kerri Pajutee creates her miniature animal sculptures. Burro and Foal polymer clay, acrylic paint, border leicester wool, alpaca fiber and flocking Pajutee, who only makes a limited number of sculpts a year to ensure she is able to keep balance in her life, covers aluminum foil armatures with polymer clay, bakes the 1:12 scale miniatures (1″ = 1′) and then gets busy. Wooden Textiles : Beautiful Innovation by Designer Elisa Strozyk Initially when you look at these pictures you might think that it could be paper, but in fact it’s actually wood. How cool is that ? These amazing pieces were created by Elisa Strozyk, a young designer from Germany, that is able to turn blocks of wood into delicate paper-like material.

{macramé: half knot spiral} washer & wingnut bracelet By Kate on October 25, 2011 Hello there! I finally got around to posting after a hectic few weeks. I’ve been working on a big project which is all done and dusted now so I will be making more frequent updates between now and Christmas…phew! Tutorial showing how to make rope coil vessels and bowls These rope coil vessels are quite meditative to make. I found the repetition of the stitches gave me a sense of stillness as I sat in the autumn sun making them. There are various methods of making rope coil bowls and baskets, and the traditional way of stitching is more uniform than I have made mine. In my tutorial the placement of the stitches is random and I love the texture and visual interest that results from this method.

Nautical Knot Bracelets Bring a little seafaring flair to your style with these bright, bold bracelets. Inspired by Simone’s sailor’s knot bracelet tutorial, I decided to re-imagine this nautical classic. The project itself is very approachable, so even if you’re not an experienced knotter, you’ll be able to cruise through these steps. ETN: Basic information ETN is a non-profit organisation with its seat in Strasbourg and a secretariat in Hannover. Informally the Network was set up in 1991 in Erfurt and founded as an International Association after Alsacian law in 1993 under the auspices of the Council of Europe as the Carrier Network for the European Textile Routes in the frame of the Council of Europe´s Cultural Itineraries programme. The members (institutions, groups and individuals) a) Artists, crafts people and designers (associations) b) Individuals/institutions taking care of cultural heritage (museums etc.) c) Lecturers/institutions for education and research The aims 1. Development of European co-operation for the field of textile culture 2. Furtherance of East-West integration within all fields of ETN activities 3.

Textile Tiles, Textile Clouds Tiles, Unique Furniture Arrangement, Artistic Expression, Soft Textiles, Textile Innovation, Fibre2fashion Fluffy white clouds moving in the soft breeze would bring out the poet in one's mind. How about bringing them inside the house; that too in fabulous hues? Blue skies and white clouds drifting over a mountain ridge would inspire anyones spirits. Now, these puffy white clouds can be incorporated into our homes through the 'changing clouds installation'. An innovative interior design; these clouds are made of textile pieces attached with each other through rubber bands.

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