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Water soluble fabric

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Embroidery Comes to Life With Water-Soluble Fabric

Meredith Woolnough is a renowned textile artist specializing in freehand machine embroidery on water-soluble fabrics to create sculptural artworks.

What is dissolvable fabric or soluble fabric? What can you use it for? Is it safe? And how do you store it? Textile artist, Agy, shares a few pointers based on her experience using them in her free motion embroidery work.

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How to make fiber doodles using water soluble stabilizer and decorative fibers

In this tutorial I'm going to show you a fun and creative technique for making what I call "fiber doodles". Fiber doodles which are pieces of decorative fabric that are made using thread…

Quick Stitch Project - Thread Bowl

Starting free machine embroidery can be scary prospect, even for experienced stitchers. I recall my own first experience very clearly - even after stitching on a sewing machine for years it felt completely alien. This memory will forever stay with me and I now do all I can to ensure that others first experience of free stitching is a positive one. The trick is to choose a first free stitch where inevitable first wobbly stitching is a positive and a pretty 'thread bowl' like this very much…

Early in the year I posted photos of my empty Orts jar and said I had thought of a way of using them.  If you are not sure what Orts are, or want to track back and get the back story on this the co...

A tutorial on how to make fabric from scrap threads and use your orts. Using wash away stabiliser or dissolvable fabric you can create a new fabric.

How To Sew Free-Motion Embroidery On Water Soluble Fabric | Textile Techniques | Didsbury Art Studio

Using Transfer paints on satin I combine free-motion embroidery on water soluble fabric based on the theme Natural Forms. Using these textile techniques I s...

Making Trees

Scrubby trees that grow along shorelines are needed for my mountain lake piece . The only other trees I had made were for this piece: Acro...

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An installation and exhibition of 100 + embroidered pieces created by renowned textile artist Meredith Woolnough during 2020. Meredith works with a unique form of embroidery, creating sculptural artworks with a domestic sewing machine and water-soluble fabrics. Her etherial embroideries explore and celebrate the beauty of nature, inspired by the patterns, structures and forms of coral, leaves and shells. See more of Meredith's work at www.meredithwoolnough.com.au
Here’s 3 quick tips: 1 - try to use a hoop so that your fabric is relatively firm to stitch on. 2 - keep it simple, Because embroidery on clothing can be more challenging than plain fabric. 3 - use a water soluble stabiliser (like this one) to firm up the area you’re stitching on and prevent it stretching out of shape. I’ve got so many tips for learning hand embroidery in my Beginner’s Guide! #stickandstitch #handembroidery #upcycledclothing
Stick on embroidery outlines and patterns. Stick and Stitch Embroidery Designs. NO IRONING NECESSARY
Pennant flag aren't just for college dorm rooms! They're beautiful ways to display positive messages and inspiration in your office, kitchen, entry way, or kids room. I'm always looking for new ways to add fiber art and specifically embroidery to my decor. Pennants are a great way to add an extra visual to your space.

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