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Textile art dolls

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Witch Crafts: DOLL FACE TUTORIAL, part 1                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Hi All, Okay, like I promised, here is a face tutorial on how I made the Evil Queen. The first step is dividing the head in half from top to bottom. I place a pin on the center seam. This will become the eye line, and the placement of the bridge of the nose. Next, I measure out from that pin about 1/4 inch and put a pin on either side of the center pin. This is the placement of the BRIDGE OF THE NOSE. Now, I'm ready for my first needle-sculpting stitch. (I remove the center pin now, as it's…

Vintage Textiles Transformed Into Flora and Fauna by Self-Taught Artist Mr. Finch — Colossal

The self-taught artist Mr. Finch is part hunter, part gatherer and fully genius. Obsessed with the rolling hills and mossy woods near his home in Yorkshire, Finch goes gathering for inspiration. “Flowers, insects and birds really fascinate me with their amazing life cycles and extraordinary nests and behaviour,” says the artist. He then goes hunting for vintage textiles—velvet curtains from an old hotel, a threadbare wedding dress or a vintage apron—and transforms them into all sorts of…

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Empress Wu Designs with Wilma : Free Tutorial - Beaded Goddesses

Divas? Goddesses? Sages? This week, I finally put the finishing stitches to these little dolls which have been on my work table for...

Famille de chat brodé en feutre pour faire par NancyNicholsonDesign

This charming family of Cats can be easily made from your own choice of felts and embroidered to give extra folk style richness! Make Papa, Muma, and Kitten! The download is instant so you can be stitching your Cat Family in seconds. Download includes patterns for all three sizes of cat Stitch instructions for all the stitches used Stitch Guide to show you where to stitch And a fully illustrated HOW TO MAKE page giving full instructions step by step. Tip of ear to toes they measure as…

Textile art: Doll Gallery  Most of the time i don't like felted dolls but this one is awesome

Here are some of my art dolls, all cloth, needle sculptured and as much as possible using natural fabrics. It is probably obvious that I don't give my figures names as in 'Susan, for instance, they are always known by their activity or some feature, such as the tulip below. Jester In a private collection Flautist In a private collection Tulip In a private collection The Reader Inspired by the work of sculptor Phillip Jackson Shaman In a private collection I have been making them for about…

Art Dolls & Textiles by Jennifer Gould

Glamour Girl in Black Tube Hat My annual show opens at YT Galleria on Thurs., Oct. 2, with a reception from 4-8pm. There's usually wonderful food and the galleria also has wonderful clothing, new abstract paintings by Carol Johnson I'm entranced with. I decided on Wild Glamour as a title because I wanted to do more Glamour Girls that were beyond the styles I had tried, especially more with grass hair. I still have more to experiment with, but there are also more Pisces Women, and the unusual…

make a textile crow with this pdf sewing pattern

Everything you need to know to create a textile crow sculpture is in this 34 page pdf loaded with photos (there are more than 140), instruction, tips and tricks as well as a resource list. Every detail is explained and each element is broken down into easy to follow steps. You will learn to sew, stuff and sculpt the body shape, create layers of intricate looking feathery textures, carve a beak and make talons. This is a sewing pattern (downloadable PDF) and is about 6.5 MB in size. You…