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Looking for a Quilted Brooch

Looking for a Quilted Brooch

I am having the day off after a rather very busy weekend. On Saturday and Sunday we welcomed more than hundred people in our Atelier. Partly thanks to the nice weather we had on both days, the first weekend of the Opsterland Open Atelier Route…

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Textile Art

Textile Art

A graphics program at Art school and a job as a printer, has not stopped Judith Brouwer to develop herself as an artist. Until two years ago, Judith mainly worked hard and it is only recently that she comes out with her ​​drawings, collages and…

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Five Fun Finds on Etsy

Five Fun Finds on Etsy

Bicycle wine rack by Oopsmark Textile art “Bag Story” by Colette Handmade Coral cotton dress from Lois by 13Threads. In her blog Lois will keep you informed about her latest additions to her shop! Contemporary Wall clock by Paula Art Statement textile ring by Kjoo

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Exquisitely textile pieces

Exquisitely textile pieces

The other day I came across these very nice pieces of jewelry of Kapow Wow… This is what it says on their site: The label Kapow Wow mainly produces constructed textile pieces which are exquisitely organic in form and spirit. I found this via a…

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Melancholy and beautiful pictures

Melancholy and beautiful pictures

Every year between Christmas and New-year I  have the same feeling  ; a feeling of everything coming to a standstill. For me personally New-year is a much more emotional festivity as Christmas … it is a time of melancholy but also of hope… While searching…

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Textile Art

Textile Art

Embroidery, knitting, quilting, it all sounds a bit old hat. But if you look in the right places, you’ll soon dicover a whole world of contemporary textile art. I found the Dutch textile artist Mieke Werner on the beautiful and very interesting website of  Textile…

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Beyond knitting

Beyond knitting

Clair O’Brien makes sculptural and playful knits. Loops, tubes, circular knitting and endless combinations of stitches… that’s how she creates her interior pieces. Very intriguing and beautiful. Claire-Anne O’ Brien is an Irish designer, based in London and a recent graduate of the Royal College…

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Meesterlijk 2010

Meesterlijk 2010

The second edition of Meesterlijk – design and craft will this year take part in the heart of the Dutch Design in Eindhoven, The Netherlands. (Oct. 23 through  Oct. 31) Meesterlijk is a platform where craft, design and art come together.  Over 90 professional industry…

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Toadstool

Toadstool

The porter’s pavilion at the entrance to Guell Park in Barcelona, Spain. A typical fun design by Antoni Gaudi, with a toadstool cap on the roof and lots of coloured tiles and rough stone. Japanse textile artist  Tiny Toadstool inspired by… The Tendo Mushroom Stool…

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