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Exploring different structures under tension.

I took the project down an emotional route by incorporating tension of peoples experiences and how this would look on the face. 40 more words


Bias Binding Along the Neckline

After constructing many samples of the single and french bias binding, I decided to take my experimentation further and trying out to involve the bias binding along a curve. 217 more words


Paola Besana studied textiles around the world & under Jack Lenor Larson. She is now an educator & exhibitor of her work & lives in Milan. See Blogroll.

Modificazione da uno a quattro (Development from One to Four) / 1972 Interlaced golden cellophane /

Positivo-Negativo (Positive-Negative) / 1963 Cotton, viscose, hemp fibers.  124 more words


Martina Glomb visits Gray's

An exciting start to the semester for our Fashion & Textiles students with a workshop on sustainable strategies for Fashion Design.

The workshop which was titled ‘ 71 more words

Gray's School Of Art

The joys of factory auditing. 

The recent news that a factory in Turkey was found to be using Syrian children to manufacture garments for UK retailers saddened me and had me reminiscing over my factory auditing days. 1,323 more words


One Room Challenge Week 4: That Fabric!

Here we are, it’s week 4 of the One Room Challenge! If you’re just visiting for the first time this week, welcome and thanks! I’m on a journey with over 200 other guest participants transforming a room in six short weeks (and 20 featured design bloggers who post their updates on Wednesdays). 744 more words


What quote should I use?

 What (Doctor Who) quote should I sew onto the bottom of my pillow cover?

Urgent help needed!