Month: October 2015

A window into my studio 6

Always great to play with something new  Again this week has been full of stitches and colour with very little spare time. But I did manage to squeeze in some play with an app called Sketchers and I also gave some thought to the statement […]

A window into my studio 5

A window into my studio 5

A window into my studio 5 Tyvek, colours, melts, twists and sews        Wow another week has passed me by in my studio and a pretty industrious one  I  thought I would share with you a little about my week, really not much […]

A window into my studio 4

A window into my studio 4

A window into my studio 4 This week in my studio I have been working on some silk panels for Christmas stock for  Stonehouse gallery. They are small free motion embroidered and painted silk panels. I used the same fabric in each one but enhanced […]

My thoughts on colour

My thoughts on colour

                                     Colour    “Mere colour, unspoiled by meaning and unallied with definite form, can speak to the soul in thousand different ways ”  Oscar Wilde   Many people […]

A window into my studio 3

A window into my studio 3

This week in my studio  An adventure from a don’t like to a love it This is an image story of a piece of textile art work I have completed this week. This will be stretched over a frame and then placed in a floating […]

Creative play

Creative play

Working with paper I love to incorporate many different textures and materials into my textile art work. One of the materials I adore to work with is paper. All sorts of paper – gift wrapping, tissue paper, craft paper, scrapbooking paper, paper doilies, paper towel, […]

Inspiration

Inspiration

Inspiration I am often asked what inspires me and my answer is life.   With that thought I wandered around my garden – it is the ordinary that is extraordinary – everyday life, travel, the beach, family, all the good stuff that me makes me […]

Bali July 2015

Bali July 2015

  Bali  Bali Craftours textile tour 2015 We used fabulous materials in our workshops which included cotton rag paper, hand dyed pure silk caps and yarns, silk and cotton fabric, gold leaf, fusible web, crayons, inktense pencils, yarns, and endless possibilities. From these materials unique […]

A window into my studio 2

A window into my studio  Michelle Mischkulnig Australian textile artist chelletetxiles.com.au Using variegated threads  I like to use rayon machine embroidery threads they have a beautiful lustre, colour and softness. I often use a variegated thread and to break the look of block colours in […]