Monday, August 02, 2010

stitching on stitching

stitch resist with indigo dyed cotton , stitched again with white cotton


Michelle Walker has written an excellent research paper about Japanese Sashiko Textiles that accompanies the exhibit currently touring the UK. It is a free download, and didn't take long even with my dial up.


Click here, then click on Michelle Walker's document.

9 comments:

Sweetpea said...

I could get very lost in all that stitching....

splendid.

Saraccino said...

It's a beautiful texture! Would love to be that patient to do this stitching :)

Velma said...

this textile is absolutely amazing. i'm stunned.

La Dolce Vita said...

your stitching on top of stitching is just amazing!

fabriquefantastique said...

Oh, Judy, I love todays piece. Looks as if you love working on it too.

lynda Howells said...

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raquel said...

hermoso bello

jude said...

nice to see this coming together.

Phyllis said...

This piece is so amazing. It is so serene and the stitching is incredible.