Why not put some pieces together?
More Jenny: Jenny Postle + In a riot of patchwork, haberdashery, embroidery and crochet, Postle’s graduation collection is an intricate reflection of today’s multi-faceted culture; these exotic millennial silhouettes are colourful and complex compositions that ignite the kind of dynamism that can establish our contemporary folklore + Tufty totem pole outfits + Future Beauty + Jenny Ellen Postle Knitwear + More Jenny + Womenswear Confidential | The Masters: Jenny Postle A/W11.
A Cut Above, Anita Steinwidder. She works with pre and post consumer clothing, cutting them up and reconfiguring them into a brand new context.
Detritus- The Forest Floor, scroll down to see patchwork scarves.
Scroll down to see Christian Lacroix patchwork + DESIGUAL MEETS CHRISTIAN LACROIX + Christian Lacroix Teams Up With Italian Mosaic Maker Sicis to Launch a Furniture Collection.
JEANS: Make it (patch)work! + Copripiumone patchwork jeans duvet cover + Redingote in jeans stile patchwork + New Patchwork Jeans + Sexy Jeans Alert: Isabel Marant Reveals 5 New Denim Styles We Didn’t Even Know We Wanted + Custom Denim Tiered Vintage Patchwork jeans Hippie Boho + Marc Jacobs patchwork jeans purse + Dolce & Gabbana patchwork jeans + Isabel Marant Leo Patchwork Jeans.
Chanel patchwork clutch
Scroll down to see my plastic bag patchwork purse.
PATCHWORK FURNITURE/decor: Modern Patchwork – First comes the furniture then the fashion + Stephen Burks’ Patchwork Missoni Vases + A Russian Artist’s Fashionable Flights.
Sofa patchwork + Patchwork sofa + Patchwork sofa + Bokja, Have you ever heard of the word “Bokja”? It is an Arabic word for Money box. Recently, I have been introduced to a Lebanese line called “Bokja” a line of reclaimed chairs, sofas, and benches, where each furniture piece is in a rich patchwork of fabric and textiles. BOKJA designs.
AND ONCE YOU’VE GONE THROUGH ALLTHESE LINKS, GET UP AND DANCE!
p.s.: Patchwork curtains + more patchwork curtains + and even more + Vintage Patchwork sheet cutains + curtain from hankerchiefs + Melanie asked me to make curtains for her room using embroidered linens from John’s mother and grandmother + Martha quilt as a curtain + delicious Teatowel Curtains.