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A grandmother’s shredded fabrics are repurposed by Romanian artist Geta Bratescu

Geta Bratescu’s conceptual scraps and Hari Kuyo’s broken needles

Geta Bratescu Born in 1926 in Ploieşti, Romania / Lives in Bucharest, Romania

Aoyama Window Fragments by Matthew Harris Dyed, cut and hand stitched cloth

Aoyama Window Fragments Matthew Harris (Dyed, cut and hand stitched cloth)

Read - Embroidered and Stitched Textile Fragments from Kashmir in the collection of the Calico Museum of Textiles, Anne Morrell, Sarabhai Foundation, 2017

Issue 77 Chakra - Print

This is one of the great masterpieces of the early century. Circa 1800 Size x Size 208 x

François Dautresme, who amassed a huge collection of Chinese objects over his 77 years, will have his famed collection auctioned off at PIASA this October. With

GOING, GOING, GE BA

François Dautresme, who amassed a huge collection of Chinese objects over his 77 years, will have his famed collection auctioned off at PIASA this October.

Xanna: IkatandMe Handmade | organic cotton | Burmese rosewood + indigo dye | Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.

Multi-purposed tea towel: handwoven organic cotton (dyed from bark of Burmese rosewood and Indigo leaves)

Xanna: IkatandMe Handmade | organic cotton | Burmese rosewood + indigo dye | Seattle, Washington, U.S.A.

Stitch detail | Fragment of old Tunisian tapestry stitched on linen to slow deterioration

detail - fragment of old Tunisian tapestry stitched on linen

Handwoven batik cotton Hmong Vintage textiles and by dellshop

Handwoven batik cotton, Hmong Vintage textiles and fabric- table runner from Thailand

Wall-hanging at entry? Handwoven batik cotton, Hmong Vintage textiles and fabric- table runner from Thailand

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Africa | Mahmoudi (woman's mantle) from the Berber people from the border of Tunisia and Libya | Wool with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving and the cotton resists the indigo.

Tunisian Berber people, from the border of Tunisia & Libya, 'mahmoudi' or woman's wool mantle, with cotton supplementary patterns, tie-dyed at ends. The piece is dyed after weaving; the cotton resists the indigo.

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