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Traditional techniques

Explore the beauty and craftsmanship of traditional techniques with a modern twist. Discover how these timeless methods can add character and charm to your projects.
Persian Rugs Decor, Persian Rug Designs, Modern Persian Rug, Traditional Persian Rugs, Khotan Rugs, Serapi Rug, Interior Design Luxury Modern, Persian Tattoo, Iranian Rugs

Persia, which is modern-day Iran, has layers of rich history, art, and craftsmanship, and Persian rugs are prime examples of the same. The unique weaving technique and intricate designs of these rugs are two of the prime reasons that still make them part of the premium rug categories. The weaving tradition of Persian rugs dates thousands of years back when mostly shepherds and nomads were involved in this occupation. Over the years and several invasions later, Persian rug designs are no…

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Weaving Tools, Tablet Weaving, Diy Weaving, Weaving Textiles, Weaving Process, Weaving Patterns, Weaving Techniques, Hand Weaving, Loom Machine

Download scientific diagram | The warp ikat process: weaving. Sketch showing how a backstrap loom is used by weavers on Hainan Island to weave ikat cloth. Weavers use similar backstrap looms in all the areas considered in this study, though in most areas outside of Hainan weavers attach the warp beam to a fixed point rather than bracing it directly with the feet. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0052064.g002 from publication: Investigating Cultural Evolution Using Phylogenetic Analysis: The Origins…

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INDRANI SILKS
Brighton-based artist Charlotte Bailey was fascinated by the traditional Japanese mending technique called kintsugi, where a broken ceramic object is repaired with gold, silver or platinum, to accentuate the damage and 'honor' its history. In this interpretation, Bailey utilizes an embroidery method Kintsugi, Brighton, Embroidery Theme, Home Crafts, Arts And Crafts, Vase With Lights, Diy Vase, Vases, Colossal Art

Brighton-based artist Charlotte Bailey was fascinated by the traditional Japanese mending technique called kintsugi, where a broken ceramic object is repaired with gold, silver or platinum, to accentuate the damage and ‘honor’ its history. In this interpretation, Bailey utilizes an embroidery method to reassemble a broken vase—a sort of hybrid between kintsugi and darning with a beautiful result. She first wraps each broken piece in fabric and then uses gold metallic thread to painstakingly…

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Gaye Schultz