Can you believe this is simple cheesecloth? Mary Pal shares her masterfully technical cheesecloth portraits inside Art Quilting Studio.

This site showcases the textile art created by Mary Pal - cheesecloth portraits, fiber art, and other textile creations - along with classes she teaches in surface design.

Fjeldgubben, 60 x 60 cm.  Art quilt by Dorte Jensen. Web: www.stofbilleder.dk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stofbilleder/298536300198776?bookmark_t=page

Fjeldgubben, 60 x 60 cm. Art quilt by Dorte Jensen. Web: www.stofbilleder.dk Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Stofbilleder/298536300198776?bookmark_t=page

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Mary Pal Designs specializes in sculpting portraits and designs in cheesecloth and then stitching them to a background textile. Mary lives in Ottawa,Canada.

Cheese cloth quilt - Mary Pal

This site showcases the textile art created by Mary Pal - cheesecloth portraits, fiber art, and other textile creations - along with classes she teaches in surface design.

This blows my mind and I think i love it!

Here the artist changes the elevations of the land to fit the idea of the sculpture. So much more interesting that a clothespin sitting on a flat surface.

Love These Oil Paintings? They’re Actually Made Of Yarn    Cayce Zavaglia has developed an extraordinary technique for using wool thread to evoke the colors and textures of oil paint

Aunt Lin (detail) - by Cayce Zavaglia. Hand embroidery: Crewel Wool and Acrylic on Linen, 2009

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