Tule inspirados pela alta costura (e cultura)
A designer e artista de tecidos Katerina Marchenko, de Moscou, costura fios coloridos em tule para formar elaboradas imagens bordadas de animais, retratos e estudos anatômicos. Em seus aros, as peças de Marchenko funcionam como pinturas de linhas emolduradas. As asas dos pássaros e dos anjos pare
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Plaid Collar Necklace with Detachable Bow Brooch / Black and White Checked Handmade Peter Pan Collar
Plaid Collar Necklace with Detachable Bow Brooch This collar and detachable bow brooch are handcrafted of black and white checked fabric, the collar is lined with black jersey material and there is an interlining fabric between the inside layers, button fastening. There are an alligator clip and brooch on silver plate at reverse of the bow. Casual accessories in your wardrobe. Wear the both details in one or separate of your choice. Color : black / white (checked) Fabric : cotton…
[Envelope online shop]
Envelope is a unique online shopping mall made up of a few independent shops from all around Japan. Our goal is to provide our customers with a shopping experience that is, as much as possible, just like visiting the shops in person.
Peter Pan Detachable Collar Mint Yellow Leather Necklace Leather Bib Necklace Gift Idea
Peter Pan detachable dollar. Leather collar necklace is made from yellow, pale mint and nude genuine leather and it looks good with tops, blouses, dresses and even on the nude skin. Art Deco. Made with two layers of deliciously soft leather, this necklace will feel wonderful on your skin. Collar design is made by machine embroidery and hand-cut appliqué from yellow and nude leather on the mint background .This is way to convert new unused leather scraps into stylish fashion accessories…
Textile Artists: 10 to Watch
Lately I find myself more and more drawn to textile art, in all its various forms. There’s something appealingly touchable about it, almost cuddly, and fabric and string, as a medium, provide for almost infinite possibilities. Here are 10 artists to watch. Jacqueline Fink of Little Dandelion creates small and large-scale works with a textural, otherworldly feel. These embroidered landscapes by Ana Teresa Barboza seem to come to life before your very eyes. Spotted on Trendland.