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Artalicious Aug 15
Featured Artist Mary Kelly is busy creating wet-felted pieces to make into unique scarves for the on September 20 & 21. To learn more about Mary visit:
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tcddiy Aug 18
Kinda obsessed with how this top turned out. 😭 It's reversible AND super fast to work up? Y'all ain't ready!
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Artalicious Aug 12
Meet Featured Artist Mary Kelly! Her beautiful fiber creations are sure to delight fair-goers this September. To read about her background, techniques and more click here:
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Mallory Donen Aug 16
Install shot of three works from Glitch Series 01 from my solo show currently running till Aug.25th rangerstationartgallery Archival Inkjet Prints and Embroidery, 16x20 inched, 2017
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Breigh Aug 16
Up next on the . Lovely 70% Merino and 30% Bamboo from @woolwisp . Just need to decide how I want to spin it. One long chain plied gradient? Two ply gradient? Crazy fractal? Can't decide... 🤔 . .
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Jenny Schu Aug 13
Back side of bead embroidery.... It took me far too long to appreciate how the back side of fiber art looks as much as the front side.
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Tracey M Cox📚❤🍠 Aug 13
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TextileArtist Aug 17
Janet Bolton: The Young Cow (Photo Credit: Jacqui Hurst) Janet's inspiration comes from visual experiences, memories and her imagination. Sometimes a fabric's texture or history inspires a composition.
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Moonkitty @ Baltimore Comic Con Aug 13
No tonight as I still have some pattern work to do. I'll aim for my usual time on Friday - 7:30pm EST!
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MillCityCrochet Aug 13
Is that crocheted? I may have a new pool of customers!
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Star Trauth Aug 18
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Cassi Sterner Aug 18
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TextileArtist Aug 13
Pixelation: seeing but not seeing. Greg Climer's pixelated quilt portrait: 'Portrait of Timo'
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Ifé Franklin Aug 11
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Rene James (Melon) Aug 13
Just finished wrapping and framing my two watercolor embroidery pieces! Better pictures tomorrow: right now, I'm really hungry!
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TheMuseAndreaLamb Aug 13
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Urban Artist Market Aug 14
Join us at the Urban Artist Market, October 11-12, in Addison. Exhibit along side the beautiful work of Inga's Silks. Apply asap:
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Rene James (Melon) Aug 17
Framed some this week in some new hoops. I really like how they look, especially my watercolored pieces! I can't wait to frame more of my work! (Pre-printed embroidery patterns are from / )
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jizz-L Aug 13
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Carmen Torres Aug 13
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