9781681882901

Woven Color

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  • ISBN13:

    9781681882901

  • ISBN10:

    1681882906

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2019-01-08
  • Publisher: Weldon Owen
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Summary

Dye, knot, and weave your way to gorgeous textile crafts—from delicate macramé to eye-catching weavings, from sophisticated shibori to fibers dyed with all the colors of the natural rainbow.

There’s been a real resurgence in the textile arts—and Australian artist Natalie Miller is at the forefront of it! Join her in Woven Color and learn several popular textile techniques, plus 50 enviable projects anyone can do at home. With step-by-step photos and text, high-style displays, and inspirational images of Natalie’s studio and travels, this book is sure to get your creative juices flowing. 

Chapter 1: Natural Dye
Basics
Ombre Indigo Dress
Rainbow Scarf
Logwood Tablecloth & Napkins
Eucalyptus & Saffron Knit Scarf
Red Onion Skin Lace
Shibori Square Comforter
Flower-Pressed Waterfall Skirt
Pastel Spectrum Garland
Cochineal & Indigo Dot Kimono
Indigo Beach Towel
Bold Gold Turmeric Sheets
 
Chapter 2: Weaving
Basics
Easy Graphic Bands & Squares
Roving Wonder with Neon Pops
Landscape Tapestry
Wild Weaving
Bright Spiral Circular Weave
Shaggy Cozy Cushion
Mod Roving Lampshade
Sweet Floral Scraps Woven Mat
Fun & Free Form Tote
Funky Tapestry Necklace
Indigo Stripes Jacket
Peruvian Hat Strap
Girls Night Out Rya Clutch
Soft Heddle Scarf
Colorful Tasseled Earrings
Yarn-Wrapped Tee Pee

Chapter 3: Macramé
Basics
Classic 70s Plant Hanger
All-Natural Shag Wall Hanging
Elegant Two-Tone Macramé Wall Piece
Saffron Knot Statement Necklace
Cheerful Party Bunting
Hot Pink Owl Wall Hanging
Dip-Dyed Ombre Pendant Light
Leather Breastpiece
Farmers Market Knotted Sack
Macramé Vintage Chair Back
Many Knots Chandelier

Author Biography

Natalie Miller has practiced architecture and interior design for the past 25 years, often working on textiles, carpet, and fabric design. A lifelong knitter and macramé artist, she began studying weaving when she relocated from Sydney to the highlands of Australia. Since then, she was commissioned to make the largest macramé chandelier in the world (located in Hong Kong), collaborated with dozens of artists and fashion labels, opened up a knitting supply shop, and started teaching weaving, macramé, natural dyes, shibori, resistance fabric painting, and more. She’s led workshops in Australia, New York, Paris, Hong Kong, Singapore, Japan, Bali, and Thailand, and been featured in Instyle, Uppercase, The Design Files, Women’s Weekly Australia, Elle Decor, Country Style, and Home Beautiful.

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