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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

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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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Whats been left behind....

Researching for my third year collections, I have come across an interest for Architecture whilst living in Amsterdam. And not just the shapes and structure, but I have become interested in ruins of Architecture and abandoned buildings. 8 more words

Fashion Design

Kid in a Sweet Shop: Part Two

This Part Two of my amazing trip last week to help M sort out her collection of vintage clothing – Part One can be found… 555 more words

Horrockses Fashions

Pre Collection researching & designing

So towards the end of my 2nd year at University, I was given a task to create my own brief, researching my tastes and inspiration. I started off with ‘Natural Forms’, photographing textures of plants, trees e.t.c. 60 more words

Fashion Design

SHOP WINDOWS – THE DRAPERY TRADE IN THE LONG 19TH CENTURY (F 5)

Display windows became popular in the last decades of 18th century in London giving rise to clear improvements for showing off such goods as drapery in the most desirable way – a novelty which was also introduced in many other English cities and towns around the year 1800. 1,183 more words

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