Friday, 1 November 2013

More textiles work...

This is another piece that I have been working on in my textiles project. This like the previous is supposed to be a large sample working on developing techniques I have used in my sketchbook. I decided to separate it up into panels and create a skirt. Again, it can be unfinished and doesn't have to be neat and the focus is more on the actual samples. I prefer the corset piece I made as the samples were more refined (a word that my teachers have engraved in my mind...we're constantly told to refine things) and I put more time and effort into making it but as promised here is my second piece. 


 I used a mola technique for the green holly shapes and appliqued on the black pieces. I also printed on circles to the surface. 



A very simple one using red and black paint. 


I used a leather type fabric and draw onto this using white pastel which gives a really interesting effect when smudged on the material. I then stitched over this. 

I stitched two pieces of yarn together to create the swirls, which also transferred the pink material onto the cotton. I painted and drew on the green background and black swirls. 


 Very simply stitched yarn onto a clear material and then spray painted gold onto certain sections. 


 Made using rolled up lengths of fabric and drawn with pen. 

9 comments:

  1. great post! would you like to follow eachother?
    xx
    daniella
    simplybeautifulelegant.blogspot.com

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  2. wow.. so inspiring...

    http://bayuradith.blogspot.com

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  3. Nice!:)) xo
    Bianka
    http://ruhamania.blogspot.hu/

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  4. This is very cool and creative x

    http://kimiandme.blogspot.co.uk

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  5. you have a huge talent! incredible!

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  6. It's so unique, you're so talented! Keep it up!

    Abigail x
    www.lerevasser.blogspot.com

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  7. cool, my friend is studying this too and tbqh she's not very happy haha she's always like 'I'm dying I'm dying help me'

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