Dior Avenue Montaigne. Dior up close, via Cécile Narinx, Editor in Chief, Harper's Bazaar Netherlands. Insect & bees embroidery details.

La Lune Meaning to be lost in one's thoughts, to be absent-minded ("to be on the moon") Dior Avenue Montaigne. Dior up close, via Cécile Narinx, Editor in Chief, Harper's Bazaar Netherlands.

18 Embroidery Instagram Feeds to Follow | Design*Sponge

Stephanie Lapre: Stephanie's embroidery work more often than not revolves around mountainous geometric shapes. I love her graphic, simplified take on such a classic landscape scene

Over 50 Hand-drawn floral elements in PNG/EPS format

Floral Lineart This pack includes : - Over 50 Hand-drawn floral elements in PNG/EPS format If you have any question before purchasing, feel free to contact me !

JPG file that can be used to create greeting cards, gift tags, tissue paper for decoupage, and whatever else you can imagine. Makes a great background for other designs.

Blackline Flowers

JPG file that can be used to create greeting cards, gift tags, tissue paper for decoupage, and whatever else you can imagine.

Commonthread by DMC @commonthreadusa The Commonthread ...Instagram photo | Websta (Webstagram)

Instagram Post by DMC (@dmc_embroidery)

Stephanie Lapre The Commonthread team had fun perusing the National Needle Arts Show lots of beautiful needlework inspiration! We can't wait to bring back to our audience maybe working with for a beginner geometric approach?

Remember this daily embroidery piece? I am stretching it o… | Flickr

Negative Space Embroidery - stitching techniques for pattern, texture & contrast; textiles design // Bonnie Sennott Interesting to have sails as negative space

cool Botanical element illustrations... *IDEA* try printing to give a sense of surrou...

Botanical element illustrations... *IDEA* try printing to give a sense of surrou

Discover thousands of images about Botanical element illustrations. *IDEA* try printing to give a sense of surroundings? or layering in lively scrapbook format?

From a fragment of Chinese embroidery from the Qing Dynasty (circa 1870), likely part of a skirt panel.#ChineseTextiles

The design in the upper left is a bat. It's a traditional design. From a fragment of Chinese embroidery from the Qing Dynasty (circa likely part of a skirt panel.

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