This silk scarf belongs to a serie of hand-embroidered fabrics with different compositions, dimensions and applications. The fabric is from industrial... Read More
This silk scarf belongs to a serie of hand-embroidered fabrics with
different compositions, dimensions and applications. The fabric is from
industrial waste. One of a kind.
The drawings are designed as a reference to the brush strokes used to
decorate Iberian ceramics. These spontaneous and free strokes are a way to
leave a mark on what we do, to leave a little of ourselves.
On ceramics, this task was normally performed by the potter’s wife,
who used a small wooden square to which she tied different brushes to trace the
decoration with horizontal, straight or wavy stripes. In this case, the silk
fabric is worked as a canvas on which the design of the strokes is hand
embroidered. The technique I use to make them, it’s the same with which
Manila’shawls (a traditional Spanish garment) are made, so that the drawing is
visible on both sides of the fabric.
The canvas is finished with a delicate invisible hem made entirely by
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