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Still obsessing over this textural embroidery spotted by #ARTISANdeLUXE at the #ProjectShow in #LasVegas (captured by our Youth Editor @sarahsarahowen)

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Laura Anne Marsden is a textile designer who created a technique for transforming waste plastic bags into lace. She uses a combination of traditional hand-stitch and needle lace-making, along with various processes to change the properties and appearance of the plastic bags

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To increase warmth and to recycle whatever fabrics they possessed, northern farmers’ wives and daughters developed sashiko. Textile fragments were patched together with a running stitch of heavy double cotton thread. The stitching itself helped to strengthen the fabric, multiple layers increased their warmth.Sashiko was produced almost exclusively in homes for the family’s personal use. ... in the twentieth century the style of stitching became more decorative.

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from POPSUGAR Fashion UK

Here's How to Get Your Hands on These Astonishing, 1-of-a-Kind Athleisure Pieces

This Artist Embroiders on Everyday Clothes — and the Results Are Incredible | POPSUGAR Fashion UK

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Lisa Smirnova Turns Clothing into Art with Colorful Embroidery

Lisa Smirnova Turns Clothing into Art with Colorful Embroidery Simple stitches massed together make a beautiful impact. Could use split stitch using different weights of thread and yarn,thin ribbons etc... on a ready made garment.

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Facing: The piece of fabric inside a garment opening (like a sleeve or neck opening) that encloses the raw edge of the fabric. It is frequently interfaced. Face: The outside or ‘right’ side of a fabric, the side you see when the garment is finished.

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