Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Diy textiles. Get inspired and try out new things.
Dye in every shade of the rainbow using natural ingredients and DIY Napkins - The House That Lars Built
The Crafted Life saved to Craft & DIY Projects
I've always wanted to learn how to make these!! Etsy posted a great tutorial for these this week, so I thought I'd give it a shot. Here's how mine turned out. Not too bad for my first try! Want to make one for yourself? Click the Etsy link above or follow my instructions below! What You'll Need: Ruler Craft Knife/Box Cutter Head Pin or Closed Pin Scissors Glue Gun and a Glue Stick Yarn, any color works Packing/Masking Tape Marker Scrap Fabric (at least 30" long) or Yarn (Get Multiple Colors)…
If you’ve been following our Inspirational Artists series you’ll know how this works. In a bid to inspire and delight we've trawled the web and social media platforms like Instagram to share with some great artists and makers. And we have some truly groundbreaking, innovative and breathtaking work t
Amanda Snavely saved to Fabric: Embroidery
A Textile Designers guide to the art of Fabric Manipulation to use in simple craft projects
Sandi Knutie saved to Fabric art
Texturizing fabric can be a fun and easy way to add a lot of interest to your next quilting project. Heather Thomas reveals four simple methods for texturizing the fabric for your quilt. See what materials and tools you will need. Find out how easy it is to exercise these techniques.
National Quilters Circle saved to Quilting Fabric
Plant dyeing is my day job but I don’t often get to play with the dyes. This month I decided to shake things up a little and get some time off to just have fun. I got inspired after my last Dyeing with Plants workshop for the year. I saw my students experience modifiers’ magic and I felt an urge to try out some pattern
Mana Gale saved to textiles + design
UK based textile artist Anita Meades brings a stunning collection of modern tapestries to store and now stocking a hand curated collection of fibres including weaving essentials, macrame cottons and unique artisan ribbons.
Holly Neal saved to Weaving tutorial
Sustainability and zero waste initiatives are super important, so I tried a natural dyeing technique using avocado, onions, red cabbage and blackberry food scraps. This DIY is so easy on natural fabric like linen and cotton, and made dyeing my reuseable sustainable face masks really fun. Try this fun project at home with your kids to teach them about eco-friendly practices and staying safe. Click to find out how to naturally dye your DIY face coverings, and to see how mine turned out!
The Sorry Girls saved to Lifestyle Hacks