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3D Hair Embroidery Showcases Colorful Coifs Gazing at the Night Sky. This post may contain affiliate links.
If you make a purchase, My Modern Met may earn an affiliate commission. Please read our disclosure for more info. Embroidery artist Maria of Desert Eclipse Studio commemorates the joy of stargazing in her series of tactile hoop art. The circular canvases feature one to three people, their hair flowing, as they appear to gaze upward at the dotted stars. To create these pieces, Maria uses loose threads and yarns that mimic her subjects’ curly coifs, long straight strands, and beautiful braids. Through the Desert Eclipse Studio, Maria sells ready-made pieces while also taking on custom commissions. Scroll down to see Maria’s 3D embroidery and purchase your own hoop art in the Desert Eclipse Studio shop on Etsy. Venus Fly Traps, Lotus Flowers, and Mushrooms Are Ovaries in Sarah Leonard’s Reproductive Embroideries. Cross Stitch Writing Tool - Print your own charted alphabet design. Make a charted design in cross stitch or in backstitch from your own text.
Below are examples of the available fonts. Zoom in to view the letters close up or zoom out to see entire sentences. Make a selection and click on the image to get started with the font you have chosen. Love this Writing Tool? Inform your Twitter Friendsabout theCross Stitch Writing Tool. Happy to Love You This pattern in reds and pink serves as an example for your own composition with the Cross Stitch Writing Tool. Design: 71 x 103 stitches. Beautiful 3D Embroidery Art That “Leaps Off The Page” By Sheena Liam.
Artist and fashion model Sheena Liam creates beautiful embroidery art with a three-dimensional touch.
Show Full Text Using embroidery hoops and a black thread as a substitute for her subject’s long locks, Liam’s embroidered art features women with flowing locks of hair. Sometimes, she even features locks of hair gracefully flowing out of the embroidery hoop, adding a three-dimensional touch to the piece. From french braids to messy buns to long ponytails – each piece features a different hairstyle that cascades on the canvas in the most graceful way.
Keep on scrolling to check them out! More info: Instagram (h/t: mmm) Embroidered Pumpkins. Oof.
This DIY was a doozy. I started by embroidering a mini-pumpkin using traditional embroidery thread and needle. But the flesh of the pumpkin just broke and fell apart as I cross-stitched – the holes were too tiny and fragile. So much for Pumpkin #1. Then I did a larger pattern using a tapestry needle and yarn. *grumble* Finally, Pumpkin #3 and #4 yielded better results. And man, now my fingers are sore. A Brief History of Embroidery Samplers - Pintangle. Many new hands to embroidery are not aware of the rich history of embroidery samplers.
Samplers are often percieved as nostalgic decorative pieces associated with interior decoration. In the past they have been a method of recording information about stitches, a way of learning stitches and before paper was plentiful a way of recording patterns. This brief history of Embroidery Samplers touches on the rich history of embroidery samplers that is hinted at in commercially produced patterns. Many stitchers enjoy working antique reproduction samplers, others work some samplers that depict Family trees, and commemorate events, such as weddings or births. Alphabet samplers and growth charts are also popular or samplers that record an life event, a right of passage, or some aspect of lived history. The word exampler or sampler is derived from the French éxamplair, meaning a kind of model or pattern to copy or imitate. Jane Bostock sampler held in the collections of the V&A. Alicia Sivert: Monthly Makers augusti: växttryck och broderi på textil.
Efter att de två senaste månaderna känt att jag inte direkt utmanat mig själv konstnärligt med mina Monthly Makers-bidrag var det viktigt att jag i augusti tog mig tid att verkligen experimentera med temat, och prova någonting nytt.
Jag fiskade fram en idé som väckts för ganska precis ett år sen då de nya eleverna på Södra Stockholms Folkhögskola, varifrån jag själv precis hade tagit examen, tryckte på textil genom att hamra in växter, blommor och blad i tyget. Efter att ha nosat lite i arkivet hos Tyg och otyg visade det sig att Ida nyligen provat samma teknik och jag sparade idén för framtida bruk. 19 Artists Creatively Pushing the Boundaries of Embroidery. The art of embroidery has existed throughout time, dating as far back as 5th century BC.
Despite its centuries-old origins, this timeless craft has continually been reenergized by visionary artists who push the boundaries of its meaning and limits. From hyperrealistic embroidered portraits to cross stitching on cars, creatives have taken the field to new and exciting places with their artwork. Scroll down to see some of our favorite artists who take the art of embroidery to the next level. Ana Teresa Barboza Textile enthusiast Ana Teresa Barboza doesn't allow her art to be confined by the boundaries of her embroidery hoop. (See more: Website) Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė Lithuanian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė applies floral and decorative patterns to unconventional objects.
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