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A collection of 3D woven fabrics inspired by the optical 3D nature amongst architecture. Using a range of active yarns which react with heat and finishing techniques, this collection displays structural fabrics with contrasting colours throughout to enhance the 3D and optical qualities. A fun collection full of colour and movement through the structural qualities. Awarded the Incorporation of Weavers Innovation Prize 2015.

3D optical

A collection of 3D woven fabrics inspired by the optical 3D nature amongst architecture. Using a range of active yarns which react with heat and finishing techniques, this collection displays structural fabrics with contrasting colours throughout to enhance the 3D and optical qualities. A fun collection full of colour and movement through the structural qualities. Awarded the Incorporation of Weavers Innovation Prize 2015.

detail geborduurd outdoor kleed, ontwerp Paola Lenti

Het Nieuwe Borduren: the return of the stitches

Wow, this is some of the most unusual knitweave (?) I've seen Really interesting use of vastly different materials.

knot knitting

Contrasting traditional techniques such as macrame and knot-making with unconventional materials, this project explores architectural forms and optical illusions.

A FiberArtisan's Weaving Path: Sprang and doubleweave by Deanna Jill Deeds - excellent resources for sprang technique

A FiberArtisans Weaving Path: Sprang and doubleweave by Deanna Jill Deeds - excellent resources for sprang technique

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Eduardo & Maria Portillo - detail: En la noche: at night. Triple weave, silk and mache palm fibre and copper on indigo

Helen Amy Murray - Can you imagine these details on a leather corset. What a way to have an unforgettable wedding gown...truly unique.

Helen Amy Murray - Can you imagine these details on a leather corset. What a way to have an unforgettable wedding gown.

Effective and simple setting - Little Rock Jewellery Studio

Robyn Cornelius, Crimson Sunset Necklace, Sterling Silver, (Gary B Wilson Stone) Setting!- I adore the prongs, lends so much to the art of the design

My final year collection has been based on the transparent and ethereal effects of light and shadow qualities on everyday surroundings. Photographing both naturally and artificially occurring shadow compositions informs the shapes, textures, colour, yarn quality and structures used in my woven collections. Creating intricate cut work drawings and photographing them behind light sources mimics the intended purpose and function of the fabric I’m aiming to achieve. Unconventional weaving…

obscuring light

My final year collection has been based on the transparent and ethereal effects of light and shadow qualities on everyday surroundings. Photographing both naturally and artificially occurring shadow compositions informs the shapes, textures, colour, yarn quality and structures used in my woven collections. Creating intricate cut work drawings and photographing them behind light sources mimics the intended purpose and function of the fabric I’m aiming to achieve. Unconventional weaving…

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