Category Archives: Textile

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“Scarf For All Seasons” Now Available In The Shop

Our first clothing project in a long time. This is a very soft scarf. It’s made from a 55/45 Hemp-Cotton blend (purchased from Pickering International in SF). It’s got a four-color palm tree pattern, one color for each season. So this … Continue reading

Category: Apparel, Merchandise, Textile
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recto / verso needlepoint #2

First completed needle point of the new year: Well 8.5″ x 8.5″ Embroidery on linen [recto (top) and verso (bottom)] part of my point map series.

Category: Embroidery, Finished Work, Textile
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recto / verso needlepoint #1

recto / verso needlepoint #1

Lately I’ve been experimenting with my embroidery, this is the first focused attempt to create opposing compositions on both sides of the fabric.

Category: Embroidery, Textile
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Hidden Industry

New textile prints on Little Paper Planes

Little Paper Planes is now selling a set of prints showing the front and back of the Hidden Industry embroidery. http://www.littlepaperplanes.com/product/3601-textile-print-set I wrote this description for the work: For Hidden Industry I utilized some of the decorative conventions typically found … Continue reading

Category: Embroidery, Merchandise, Textile
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Isthmus

Isthmus

Embroidery on hand dyed linen

Category: Embroidery, Finished Work, Textile
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Spruce and Rain top

Spruce and Rain

We added a garment to our shop. Tank tops that Jesse and I made with our serger and screen printed. The cloth used is undyed, 55% Hemp / 45% Organic Cotton, Jersey; really soft and durable. This was more of an … Continue reading

Category: Apparel, Design, Finished Work, Merchandise, Silk Screening, Textile
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New prints for sale at LPP!

I am excited to announce that my textile pieces (Land Field and Portal) have been made into limited edition archival prints byLittle Paper Planes. Each print is offered in two sizes, 8.5 x 11″ and 13 x 19″ in editions … Continue reading

Category: Embroidery, Events, Merchandise, Textile
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’10 Point Maps

Happy 2011! Here is a round up of my needle point productivity for 2010. The first is my latest addition to the collection. It started out inspired by French formal gardens but after many months collecting dust the work took a turn toward Atari … Continue reading

Category: Embroidery, Finished Work, Textile
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6 months and 1 hour

A drawing that took 60 minutes to create. A needlepoint that took 6 months. Huge crowds amassed for the SOEX Monster Drawing Rally! I am glad so many people came out to support a good cause and hope all enjoyed … Continue reading

Category: Drawings, Finished Work, Process, Textile
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Embroidered Maps

For some time now I have been experimenting with a combination of cross stitch, embroidery, and dyed linen. The following is the first of a series I have completed, loosely using the structural organization of cartography to deal with ideas … Continue reading

Category: Finished Work, Textile
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