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Cross Dyeing Devore

I’ve got a new obsession: cross dyeing devore. I’ve been trying so many different colour combinations with silk/viscose fabric. It’s been a bit of a challenge as some dyes don’t work, but some have worked amazingly! 19 more words

Fashion Show Work (in progress)

With ten days to go until our hand in for the Fashion Show project I have been living in the Glasgow School of Art print room. 45 more words

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Back in Glasgow!

Although I was sad to leave Japan it is so nice to be back in Glasgow and to see so many friendly faces around GSA. I am a little thrown into the deep end as the Fashion Show project is well underway and the deadline is coming up very fast! 138 more words

Textile Design

O F F I C E W E A R | Final designs

The OFFICEWEAR theme originated from my daily commute. I travel with commuters mainly attending an office or related environment as a career. The daily observation lead to me being a minority in not wearing a suit or a formal piece of clothing for the workplace. 14 more words

Art

Jeanne Williamson prints, paints & stitches fabric with her grid patterns of construction fences. She lives in Massachusetts. See Blogroll for a link

Bubbles and Cracks on Ice on Fences #3 – mixed media on cradled board /

Bubbles and Cracks on Ice on Fences #4 – mixed media on cradled board / 153 more words

Art

A STUDY OF TWO HAND-COLOURED FASHION DRAWINGS FROM 1792 (F 10)


The repeated regulations in 18th century Sweden to do with “sumptuousness and excess” were deciding factors in how people of different social strata were able to dress, making the choice of textile material not only dependent on each individual’s financial status. 720 more words

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