Cécile Meraglia Challenge on AT ECP theme "Transparency" Assembly of several pieces of plant fiber, natural orifices of the fiber were embroidered, beaded. The circular patterns are made of embroidery and free-motion machine with decorative stitches on avalon, flowers tarlatan the frayed edges are applied with beads, the edges are embroidered, beaded, following the sinuous fibers. The exposed Festival Bourboule in 2005.
Embroidery detail with heavy texture; surface creation; fabric manipulation; textiles design // Manon Gignoux
the fantastic work of author and textile artist Ruth Singer. Inspired by historical textiles, museum objects, personal heritage, memory and stories, Ruth creates one-off textile artworks and products using sustainable and recycled materials. She uses hand-stitched construction techniques such as pleating, gathering, applique and structured stuffing to create dense surface texture.
So complex and rich...beads, french knots and all that stitching