#textileart hashtag on Instagram | inst24

#textileart hashtag on Instagram | inst24

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Sometimes it feels like this- #textileart #fiberart #contemporaryart #feministart #femaleartist

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Played around with some dried flowers with this mini hoop! I am really happy with how it turned out, although I won’t be able to ship this cutie. Exciting news — I have two more summer embroidery workshops scheduled {{ July 13 at @makersmess and August 11 at @m.lovewell }}. Looking forward to connecting with you IRL! I love getting to know you, your story and your creative brain! Let’s make embroidery magic together🎉

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Sharing the process ☺️🍒 large cushion covers coming up!

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Here’s a repeat print design I made to make myself a dress. I call it the Kasai print (which literally translates from Japanese to mean “fire”). 🔥🥀 I will be releasing the dress I designed TOMORROW on my website which will be available for preorder! You can peek through the link in my bio what it looks like and all extra info on my website. 🖤 . #illustration #illo #art #alxndracook #procreate #ipadproart #drawing #design #printdesign #textileart

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Agua. Detalles del proyecto Memorias Bordadas para el @foncamx #memoriasbordadas #foncamx #jovenescreadores #fonca

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Celebrating Sunday in our moth print panelled dress. 💃🏽💃🏽💃🏽 . . . . . . #print #textile #handcrafted #blockprint #textileart #reddress #shopdelhi #shahpurjatvillage #shahpurjat #newdelhi #textilesofindia #indiantextile #handblockprint #craft #indiancraft #handmade #luxury

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It’s been a week since I packed this piece up and sent it off to its new owners. Woah! This is the biggest weave I’ve ever created and golly did it take some hours (more than 100, including naturally dyeing all the yarn myself). ⠀ ⠀ The stories in this wall hanging are about different people coming together. How we all have our own textures, hues, pasts, yet how we can be in the space and connect, share, join together. What happens when many people brings themselves to the space, and when we allow each other to speak their stories without it meaning our own stories are being overlooked or not important enough.⠀ ⠀ Or otherwise it’s just some pretty yarn threaded through some warp strings 🤪😳⠀ ⠀ My husband @deadwoodcreative made me a custom sized loom. I used Australian cotton from @string_harvest as my warp. And Australian wool from @mollydale_yarns, with some small sections of vintage kimono silk as well. ⠀ ⠀ Natural dyes are : indigo, madder, loquat leaves, avocado seeds, golden rod flowers, brown onion skins. ⠀ ⠀ ** This little boy was a bit sad I sent this weave away, and asked me to make one for him.... it sure makes me happy when my family loves what I create 💓

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