Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Embroidery in WOOD?

Richard pointed out Karl Langerfield's newest Channel collection to me today - and we quipped that we would need to add a new line of wood shavings from caskets to my shop!

Take a look at how amazing wood shavings can be as an embroidery material.  Watch the movie on the site - it is georgeous.

Tricia




6 comments:

  1. Awesome! would you include a class at House of Chanel on the next European trip? GP

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  2. Interesting! The wood bits in the 1st photo are shaped almost like iridescent fish scales I've seen used in embroidery.

    I agree about the itchy, then I wondered how it would be cleaned. Then I remember these garments don't have much in common with the everyday world and mundane things like being cleaned. They are about lovely illusions and dreams.

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