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  • Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Teal Green
    into the lamp around a wire framework with the necessary electrics What is special about these lamps is the way the light glows through the area of stitch resist creating a glowing presence to relax and hearten on dull summer days or in the depths of winter This lamp brings sunshine and warmth into your home A contemporary light fitting as an innovative piece of hand made artwork that adds a special focal point to any room You will receive the exact item in the photo I take photographs of each of my products individually It is possible to request a sample of the fabric to ensure it matches your room Safety Albioncourt Ltd Dorset who make the fabrics into the lamps are members of The Lighting Industry Association The lamp has been tested and complies with current CE regulations It complies to BS EN 60598 WEEE and COSSH regulations Related Related Products Contemporary Botanical Lamp Tall Teasel in Teal Green 175 00 Add to basket Contemporary Botanical Lamp Hogweed in Soft Gold 175 00 Add to basket Contemporary Botanical Lamp Tall Teasel in Soft Orange 175 00 Add to basket Primary Sidebar Your Basket Website search Signup for our Newsletter First Name Email address Follow Townhill Studio Latest Products Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Hogweed in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Honesty in Grass Green 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Pale Indigo Blue 175 00 Styles and Colours Blue Mauve 8 Green and Jade 3 Lamps 8 Lampshades 4 Red and Orange 6 Small Gifts 10 Yellow and Gold 5 Footer Next Workshops 14th May Indigo Shibori Stitching and Dyeing Workshop 2nd Sep Shibori with Indigo Dyeing Weekend Join Us on Social Media New Designs Contemporary Botanical Lamp

    Original URL path: http://www.townhillstudio.co.uk/product/contemporary-botanical-lamp-teasel-in-teal-green/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Townhill Studio - Shibori Designs by Annabel Wilson
    Stripes Design in Gold 20 00 Add to basket Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Teal Green 175 00 Add to basket How to Create 3 Fun and Easy Shibori Stripe Designs in Indigo Here are straightforward instructions and images for creating 3 different shibori patterns in fabric by simple folding Read More about How to Create 3 Fun and Easy Shibori Stripe Designs in Indigo How to make a simple leaf and stem design in shibori This design is inspired by this pen and ink image of leaves and the little detail of a piece of vintage shibori Read More about How to make a simple leaf and stem design in shibori 6 Helpful Hints for Successful Shibori Sewing Here I outline some very basic and useful tips for helping to make your shibori sewing easier and more Read More about 6 Helpful Hints for Successful Shibori Sewing How to make simple maki age shibori flower petal shapes I am going to show you how to create this simple flower shape in stitch resist shibori In 7 easy steps 1 Firstly Read More about How to make simple maki age shibori flower petal shapes Primary Sidebar Your Basket Website search Signup for our Newsletter First Name Email address Follow Townhill Studio Latest Products Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Hogweed in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Honesty in Grass Green 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Pale Indigo Blue 175 00 Styles and Colours Blue Mauve 8 Green and Jade 3 Lamps 8 Lampshades 4 Red and Orange 6 Small Gifts 10 Yellow and Gold 5 Footer Next Workshops 14th May Indigo Shibori Stitching and Dyeing Workshop 2nd Sep Shibori with Indigo Dyeing Weekend Join Us on Social Media New Designs

    Original URL path: http://www.townhillstudio.co.uk/?add-to-cart=547 (2016-05-02)
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  • How to Create 3 Fun and Easy Shibori Stripe Designs in Indigo.
    an old vintage linen concertina folded again as shown above and a row of a few running stitches through all layers in two places and pulled up Again soak in water before putting in the indigo vat Different weights of cotton and linen will give different effects Linen folded and stitched in 2 places Detail of stitching Linen piece unpicked after dyeing 3 Linear pattern The third piece is vintage linen concertina folded into 7 equal sections Then stitch through the whole 7 layers using linen or button thread for strength and then gather the fabric up as much as possible A lovely idea for a scarf with a clear pattern at the ends and a muted pattern on the inside folds Again soak well in water before putting in the indigo vat 7 equal concertina folds 3 rows of parallel stitching through all layers Fabric pulled up ready for dyeing Finished dyed fabric piece I hope you will enjoy experimenting with these easy and satisfying patterns Share this Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Related Filed Under Design Techniques Tagged With indigo inspiration sewing Reader Interactions Primary Sidebar Your Basket Website search Signup for our Newsletter First Name Email address Follow Townhill Studio Latest Products Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Hogweed in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Honesty in Grass Green 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Pale Indigo Blue 175 00 Styles and Colours Blue Mauve 8 Green and Jade

    Original URL path: http://www.townhillstudio.co.uk/create-3-fun-easy-shibori-designs-indigo/ (2016-05-02)
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  • How to make a simple leaf and stem design in shibori
    fourth step is that each and every thread is pulled up tightly and a small cotton tag is tied in the ends to ensure the stitching stays tight drawing on the fabric and stitching of stem detail of how the leaves are stitched all the stitching complete fabric all pulled up before dyeing Then it is dyed with Kemtex dyes in a bright pink and the stitching finally unpicked to reveal the design detail of the finished dyed fabric Here are some extra hints to make it a success Always wash the fabrics you are going to use at 60 degrees before you start to ensure any finish is removed or buy fabrics ready for dyeing Use Polyester thread because this rarely breaks Use a polyester thread in a similar colour to the final dye colour If you use a very dark colour with a pink for example the thread may stain Use sewing thread double for strength and for ease of tying off Use small tags knotted into the thread at the beginning of the sewing Share this Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Related Filed Under Techniques Tagged With Fibre Reactive Dyes ori nui shibori Reader Interactions Primary Sidebar Your Basket Website search Signup for our Newsletter First Name Email address Follow Townhill Studio Latest Products Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Hogweed in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Honesty in Grass Green 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Pale Indigo

    Original URL path: http://www.townhillstudio.co.uk/make-simple-leaf-stem-design-shibori/ (2016-05-02)
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  • 6 Helpful Hints for Successful Shibori Sewing
    slipping through when you come to pull it up Use a strong thick cotton or linen thread for tying in small beads Sew everything you want to sew and put any beads into the cloth before gathering up all the threads After pulling and gathering up each and every thread separate the two threads and at the end of the thread place and tie another small piece of thick wool or cotton to pull the fabric up tight against Here is a fabric pulled up and ready to dye Yes it can get a little complicated with a very detailed design I really hope this helps you But there is nothing like learning how to create these wonderful textiles from someone who does this stitch resist and shibori technique every day Come and join a workshop with a group of like minded people you will find many possible workshops around to join in with This group of shibori design fabrics was created on a workshop run by Townhill Studio here in Sherborne Dorset Share this Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Related Filed Under Techniques Tagged With sewing Reader Interactions Primary Sidebar Your Basket Website search Signup for our Newsletter First Name Email address Follow Townhill Studio Latest Products Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Hogweed in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Honesty in Grass Green 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Pale Indigo Blue 175 00 Styles and Colours Blue Mauve 8

    Original URL path: http://www.townhillstudio.co.uk/6-helpful-hints-successful-shibori-sewing/ (2016-05-02)
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  • How to make simple maki-age shibori flower petal shapes
    Wrap your thread backwards and forwards around the gathered fabric crossing the threads and pulling tightly This shows it at about halfway 5 Continue til you have wrapped the fabric and arrived at the top 6 To finish off you need to secure both ends of the thread by tying a knot in the end Make sure it is tight Note this photo shows a completed bound petal shape next to the one I am working on here 7 Here I show you the completed wrapping of the fabric petal The areas of fabric that can be seen will pick up the dye creating an interesting pattern You then need to continue to gather up each petal shape until all of them are bound and gathered Dye the fabric and finally unpick all your sewing And you have a pretty flower shape as shown at the top I love doing all this fiddly binding I hope you do Good luck it is worth the effort Share this Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Related Filed Under Techniques Tagged With Dyeing Fibre Reactive Dyes Maki Age shibori sewing Reader Interactions Primary Sidebar Your Basket Website search Signup for our Newsletter First Name Email address Follow Townhill Studio Latest Products Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Hogweed in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Honesty in Grass Green 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Pale Indigo Blue 175 00 Styles and Colours Blue Mauve 8 Green

    Original URL path: http://www.townhillstudio.co.uk/make-simple-maki-age-shibori-flower-petal-shapes/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in Soft Gold
    a wire framework with the necessary electrics What is special about these lamps is the way the light glows through the area of stitch resist creating a glowing presence to relax and hearten on dull summer days or in the depths of winter This lamp brings sunshine and warmth into your home A contemporary light fitting as an innovative piece of hand made artwork that adds a special focal point to any room You will receive the exact item in the photo I take photographs of each of my products individually It is possible to requestasample of the fabricto ensure it matches your room SafetyAlbioncourt Ltd Dorset who make the fabrics into the lamps are members of The Lighting Industry Association The lamp has been tested and complies with current CE regulations It complies to BS EN 60598 WEEE and COSSH regulations Related Related Products Hand Sewn and Dyed Lavender Bag Sprig and Berries Design Gold 10 95 Add to basket Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Teal Green 175 00 Add to basket Infinity Vintage Linen Scarf Hand Dyed 6 Circles Design in Gold 20 00 Add to basket Primary Sidebar Your Basket Website search Signup for our Newsletter First Name Email address Follow Townhill Studio Latest Products Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Hogweed in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Honesty in Grass Green 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Pale Indigo Blue 175 00 Styles and Colours Blue Mauve 8 Green and Jade 3 Lamps 8 Lampshades 4 Red and Orange 6 Small Gifts 10 Yellow and Gold 5 Footer Next Workshops 14th May Indigo Shibori Stitching and Dyeing Workshop 2nd Sep Shibori with Indigo Dyeing Weekend Join Us on Social Media New Designs Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in

    Original URL path: http://www.townhillstudio.co.uk/product/contemporary-otanical-lamp-olive-in-soft-gold/ (2016-05-02)
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  • Contemporary Botanical Lamp Hogweed in Soft Gold
    is special about these lamps is the way the light glows through the area of stitch resist creating a glowing presence to relax and hearten on dull summer days or in the depths of winter This lamp brings sunshine and warmth into your home A contemporary light fitting as an innovative piece of hand made artwork that adds a special focal point to any room You will receive the exact item in the photo I take photographs of each of my products individually It is possible to requestasample of the fabricto ensure it matches your room SafetyAlbioncourt Ltd Dorset who make the fabrics into the lamps are members of The Lighting Industry Association The lamp has been tested and complies with current CE regulations It complies to BS EN 60598 WEEE and COSSH regulations Related Related Products Contemporary Botanical Lamp Tall Teasel in Teal Green 175 00 Add to basket Infinity Vintage Linen Scarf Hand Dyed 6 Circles Design in Gold 20 00 Add to basket Infinity Vintage Linen Scarf Hand Dyed Rings and Stripes Design in Gold 20 00 Add to basket Primary Sidebar Your Basket Website search Signup for our Newsletter First Name Email address Follow Townhill Studio Latest Products Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Hogweed in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Honesty in Grass Green 175 00 Contemporary Botanical Lamp Teasel in Pale Indigo Blue 175 00 Styles and Colours Blue Mauve 8 Green and Jade 3 Lamps 8 Lampshades 4 Red and Orange 6 Small Gifts 10 Yellow and Gold 5 Footer Next Workshops 14th May Indigo Shibori Stitching and Dyeing Workshop 2nd Sep Shibori with Indigo Dyeing Weekend Join Us on Social Media New Designs Contemporary Botanical Lamp Olive in Soft Gold 175 00 Contemporary Botanical

    Original URL path: http://www.townhillstudio.co.uk/product/contemporary-botanical-lamp-hogweed-in-soft-gold/ (2016-05-02)
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