THE WEAVERS STUDIO WOVEN SHIBORI REVISED AND UPDATED
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A sequel to the best-selling 'Shibori', this text provides a modern perspective on shaped-resist dyeing techniques in textile design. Japan's top fashion designers are examined, including Yohji Yamamoto and Issey Miyake and a 96-page section features the work of 24 international artists. A sequel to the best-selling 'Shibori', this text provides a modern perspective on shaped-resist dyeing techniques in textile design. Japan's top fashion designers are examined, including Yohji Yamamoto and Issey Miyake and a 96-page section features the work of 24 international artists.
Author : Natalie Miller
ISBN : 1681882906
Genre : Crafts & Hobbies
File Size : 37.60 MB
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Dye, knot, and weave your way to gorgeous textile crafts—from delicate macramé to eye-catching weavings, from sophisticated shibori to fibers dyed with all the colors of the natural rainbow. There’s been a real resurgence in the textile arts—and Australian artist Natalie Miller is at the forefront of it! Join her in Woven Color and learn several popular textile techniques, plus 50 enviable projects anyone can do at home. With step-by-step photos and text, high-style displays, and inspirational images of Natalie’s studio and travels, this book is sure to get your creative juices flowing. Chapter 1: Natural Dye Basics Ombre Indigo Dress Rainbow Scarf Logwood Tablecloth & Napkins Eucalyptus & Saffron Knit Scarf Red Onion Skin Lace Shibori Square Comforter Flower-Pressed Waterfall Skirt Pastel Spectrum Garland Cochineal & Indigo Dot Kimono Indigo Beach Towel Bold Gold Turmeric Sheets Chapter 2: Weaving Basics Easy Graphic Bands & Squares Roving Wonder with Neon Pops Landscape Tapestry Wild Weaving Bright Spiral Circular Weave Shaggy Cozy Cushion Mod Roving Lampshade Sweet Floral Scraps Woven Mat Fun & Free Form Tote Funky Tapestry Necklace Indigo Stripes Jacket Peruvian Hat Strap Girls Night Out Rya Clutch Soft Heddle Scarf Colorful Tasseled Earrings Yarn-Wrapped Tee Pee Chapter 3: Macramé Basics Classic 70s Plant Hanger All-Natural Shag Wall Hanging Elegant Two-Tone Macramé Wall Piece Saffron Knot Statement Necklace Cheerful Party Bunting Hot Pink Owl Wall Hanging Dip-Dyed Ombre Pendant Light Leather Breastpiece Farmers Market Knotted Sack Macramé Vintage Chair Back Many Knots Chandelier
Explore the world of textile arts, one thread at a time. Expand your repertoire of textile crafting and design techniques. Shows the foundations of design and fabrication, includes a glossary of materials, and classic techniques that include weaving, dyeing, painting, and more.
As some knitters craft mittens and sweaters, others find themselves taking flight into the realm of art. Some become true fiber artists, creating exhibition-quality quilts and sweaters and shawls, yarn mobiles and sculptures and gigantic abstract installations. An exploration of art knitting, this book profiles eighteen of the most prominent and intriguing practitioners of this craft-turned-art. Karen Searle, herself a recognized fiber artist, examines the works and inspirations of each of these knit artists. Numerous photographs illustrate each profile, documenting these artists’ work and at the same time offering inspiration to those who might transcend the purely practical aspect of knitting. Among the artists encountered here are such nationally known knitters as movement founder Katharine Cobey, Carolyn Halliday, Debbie New, Lisa Anne Auerbach, Lindsay Obermayer, Kathryn Alexander, and others.
The definitive collection of the top 40 American artists in the field today. Among the featured names: Stevie Kane and Mike Sells, Tim Harding, Carter Smith, and Karren K. Brito. “An overview of current trends in the field [with]...profiles of prominent fiber artists, with generous samples of their work...a good choice.”—Library Journal. “Lavishly photographed ...I defy any devotee of great textiles and powerful design not to find something in these pages they’d be thrilled to wear.”—Threads. “Inspirational ...[is] jam-packed with ideas, tips, and techniques for creating your own one-of-a-kind garments and fantastic fabrics....Get a copy and start the creative juices flowing.”—Vogue Patterns.