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‘Shoreline’ by Sylvia Stead (using Lutradur)

by Ruth Morgan | May 21, 2021 | Posted in Lutradur

Sylvia created this lovely representation of the sea shore, by incorporating two weights of Lutradur. The pale green ‘foam’ was made from Lutradur 100, coloured with acrylic paint and perforated with holes using a soldering iron. Whereas, she used Lutradur 30 (a much lighter weight) to provide additional texture. The piece is complemented with real seashells covered in a variety of coloured silk threads. You can see more beautiful images of Sylvia’s work by visiting – https://www.instagram.com/sewinstead/

‘Forest Floor’ using Lutradur by Karen Lane

by Ruth Morgan | April 30, 2021 | Posted in Lutradur

Karen made this intricate and beautifully detailed piece of work as a sample for her Forest Floor Workshop – a fun two-day event using Lutradur and other materials. Techniques include painting, use of heat guns, soldering irons, plus hand and machine stitching. Karen says she used painted, heat-distressed and stitched Lutradur 70gsm to create the leaves and various yarns and hand embroidery for the mossy forest floor. The fallen tree bark is painted and heat distressed Tyvek, again hand embroidered and the whole thing has been sewn on to Calico, before mounting on a canvas. Size 32cms x 28cms. […]

Abstract Artwork using Lutradur by Karen Lane

by Ruth Morgan | April 16, 2021 | Posted in Lutradur

We’re delighted to showcase two more pieces of work sent into us by Mixed Media Textile Artist, Karen Lane. The first is a beautiful composition using Lutradur 30, painted with acrylics which has been cut into long thin strips with a soldering iron. This was then layered randomly with organza (also cut with a soldering iron), textured paper and dyed scrim on a backing of Lutradur 70. Karen says – ‘When I’m creating abstract work, I don’t work from sketches, I simply arrange and rearrange the pieces until they look balanced and they tell me that that’s where they […]

Lutradur Tulips

by Ruth Morgan | April 2, 2021 | Posted in Lutradur

There’s nothing like a few flowers for heralding the start of Spring and these should last a very long time! They are easy to make and would add a splash of colour to any room. We made the petals from Lutradur 30gsm (the lightest weight we supply) and coloured them using Orange, Lemon, Wine Red and Vivid Violet transfer paints. The leaves were cut from Lutradur 70gsm (a medium weight Lutradur) and coloured using Lime Green and Emerald Green transfer paints. (However, we could have used a double thickness of Lutradur 30gsm to achieve a similar result). Please do […]

Bull’s Head in Lutradur & Evolon

by Ruth Morgan | March 19, 2021 | Posted in Evolon, Lutradur

Inspired by the Chinese New Year of the Ox, we decided to make a collage of a bull’s head using a mixture of Lutradur and Evolon. All we need to do now, is paste or sew it all together!

Lutradur Artwork by Sheila Dalgleish

by Ruth Morgan | March 5, 2021 | Posted in Lutradur

Sheila is an accomplished Textile Artist, who has kindly contributed to our website on several occasions. We are delighted to bring you three more examples of her work, as pictured below – Sheila tells us that Beinn na Moine is a rocky hillside on the island of Barra. To create this piece of work, she applied a fusible to the Lutradur and then drew the areas she wanted to cut out, before using a sharp pair of scissors to remove the unwanted material. She then fused the Lutradur on to the background fabric, carefully choosing where and how the […]

Lutradur & Zeelon Capes – ‘Cloaked in Darkness’ – by Ruth Lee

by Ruth Morgan | January 15, 2021 | Posted in Lutradur, Zeelon

Ruth Lee (born Coventry, UK) is a textile artist, print-maker and visual story teller, currently living in Central Portugal, having relocated from Cumbria in April 2013. She made these dramatic cloaks for a recent exhibition entitled ‘Roses in January?’ after being inspired by The Legend of the Miracle of the Roses. The story goes that Rainha Santa Isabel left her castle deep in the winter to distribute bread, concealed in her cloak, to the poor. Challenged by the King (who did not approve of her charitable work), she declared she was carrying only roses. Suspicious, the King exclaimed “Roses? In […]

Lutradur ‘Poppy’ by Sandy Williams

by Ruth Morgan | October 16, 2020 | Posted in Lutradur

We have just received this image of a piece of artwork created by student, Sandy Williams. Sandy used a soldering iron to cut out the shape from a piece of painted Lutradur. The cut out is a ‘negative’ and the piece was stitched on to denim.We felt it was appropriate to feature a poppy, as we are so close to Armistice Day and commemorating the end of the war.

Lutradur Pumpkins for Halloween

by Ruth Morgan | October 2, 2020 | Posted in Lutradur

To make each pumpkin we coloured a piece of Lutradur 70gms with orange transfer paint and then drew a circle using a compass.   Keeping the compass at the same radius (and remembering our school geometry!) we positioned the point of the compass on the circumference and drew an arc; then repositioned the compass on the point where the arc met the edge of the circle to draw another arc and so on, until we had drawn several arcs and completed a ‘flower’ shape. After cutting out the shape, we machine stitched strips of Lutradur to the centre of each segment, to give […]

Halloween Bats made from Lutradur Black

by Ruth Morgan | September 25, 2020 | Posted in Lutradur

We made our first batch of bats in 2015 and they have proved to be one of our most popular Halloween projects. Lutradur Black was the ideal choice of material, not just because it’s the right colour, but also because it’s semi-transparent and lightweight, just like a real bat! Best of all, Lutradur does not fray or tear making it incredibly easy to cut and sew. Each bat was made from two layers of Lutradur 70gsm Black, cut from a single A4 sheet, machine stitched along the top edge, with additional machine stitching to represent the bone structure of […]

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