For Scottish designer Laura Lees, more is definitely more. Lees creates in a wide range of modes, from fashion to furniture to custom pieces and collaboration — but the one thing her work has in common is a joyful abundance of embroidery. Colorful freehand machine embroidery covers her creations, sometimes mingling with hand embroidery to create rich arrays of texture and color.
See more of Lees’ uniquely sweet and sassy work at http://laura-lees.com/!
Gear Threads is brought to you from the offbeat gals at Urban Threads. Created by illustrator Niamh O’Connor, Urban Threads is revolutionizing machine embroidery one edgy, elegant, innovative, and/or offbeat design at a time. Discover the future of digital stitchery at www.urbanthreads.com.
Hi everybody! It’s another Not Safe For Work Saturday where we bring you the sassier side of stitching! These are not for the faint of heart, so if you are easily offended, it's...
Welcome to Manbroidery, a series of interviews with men who stitch. This time we interview Walter Bruno Brix who plays with textile illustration to explore history and identity.