Distressed Textiles Design - stitched layers of fabric, with irregular cuts to reveal the layers & textures beneath - wadded quilting; fabric manipulation techniques // Daniela Maschera

Distressed Textiles Design - stitched layers of fabric, with irregular cuts to reveal the layers & textures beneath - wadded quilting; fabric manipulation techniques // Daniela Maschera

English Smocking textiles sample by Ruth Singer - fabric manipulation techniques - smocking, shirring, gathering

English Smocking textiles sample by Ruth Singer - fabric manipulation techniques - smocking, shirring, gathering

Resist Felted Wool - experimental textiles design using fabric manipulation techniques for innovative surface creation // Shelby Burchett

Resist Felted Wool - experimental textiles design using fabric manipulation techniques for innovative surface creation // Shelby Burchett

Heat-manipulated textiles design with textures using synthetic fabric & clear plastic + embroidery; fabric manipulation techniques // Amy Kelly

Heat-manipulated textiles design with textures using synthetic fabric & clear plastic + embroidery; fabric manipulation techniques // Amy Kelly

Learn how to create a fabulous sample or product using the seductive technique of FABRIC SLASHING. Quick and easy clear instructions with pictures...

Learn how to create a fabulous sample or product using the seductive technique of FABRIC SLASHING. Quick and easy clear instructions with pictures...

Fabric manipulation swatches using gathering to create different texture and surface effects - creative sewing; textile techniques

Fabric manipulation swatches using gathering to create different texture and surface effects - creative sewing; textile techniques

Ribbon Folding fabric manipulation technique - fabric origami; inspiration for decorative trims or textured surface pattern design // Ruth Singer

Ribbon Folding fabric manipulation technique - fabric origami; inspiration for decorative trims or textured surface pattern design // Ruth Singer

This technique looks confusing, but is not difficult to sew. These alternating pleats are just created by marking pleats at the top, and the bottom. The pleats at the bottom should be marked directly in between the marked top pleats. When you sew the pleats, it looks like the fabric is folded in on itself and intertwined together.

This technique looks confusing, but is not difficult to sew. These alternating pleats are just created by marking pleats at the top, and the bottom. The pleats at the bottom should be marked directly in between the marked top pleats. When you sew the pleats, it looks like the fabric is folded in on itself and intertwined together.

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