Pojagi / Bojagi

Collection by Quilt Inspiration

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A hemp kaya, from the Tohoku region or rural northeast of Japan. It would have been placed over a futon for protection against pesky mosquitoes. Love this as a room divider. Fabric Art, Fabric Design, Patchwork Curtains, Interior And Exterior, Interior Design, Japanese Textiles, Boro, Small Rooms, Textile Art

A Large, Nine Panel Boro Hemp Kaya

Kaya, or mosquito netting, was a staple of life in old Japan: Japan’s hot, humid summers are a breeding ground for mosquitoes, so tents of woven hemp were a de rigueur fixture, even in humble…

Abstract forest design - Sheer window shade/ covering, in/outdoor décor. Traditional Fabric, Korean Traditional, Window Coverings, Window Treatments, Curtain Divider, Sheer Shades, Forest Design, Tree Designs, Textile Artists

Abstract forest design - Sheer window shade/ covering/ curtain. Korean fabric art, Jogakbo(Bojagi, Pojagi). Custom-made available

This piece is a décor shade that unites a essentially divided space into one. It lets the details of the nature and light through the sheer nature of the fabric so that it expands the natural atmosphere of the entire space. This item was developed into a contemporary design from a traditional nature concept of JOGAKBO, enabled by the unique hand craftsmanship of the traditional fabric art of Korea. Abstract design of trees. You can enjoy the atmosphere depending on the lighting that you…

modern bojagi << A way to get an Arts and Crafst -style stained glass window effect without using actual stained glass: Sheer fabric patchworked. Quilted Curtains, Fiber Art Quilts, Textiles, Korean Art, Korean Traditional, Fabric Manipulation, Fabric Art, Quilting Designs, Handmade Crafts

Ouvrages personnels

site de l'association Ô fil de la Boivre pour faire connaitre et pratiquer le patchwork et autres travaux d'aiguilles à proximité de Poitiers

Bojagi: Leaves Suspended, x by Ruth Marchese. Manhattan Quilters Guild OK, the leaves are totally cool. But real leaves will break down over time.really good silk leave, ironed flat? Fiber Art Quilts, Stitch Witchery, Traditional Fabric, Strip Quilts, Korean Art, Window Art, Silk Ribbon Embroidery, Cute Curtains, Office Art

Ruth Marchese

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Linen pojagi displayed at Quilt Expo Beaujolais by Silvia Bos of Switzerland Art Fibres Textiles, Textile Fiber Art, Creative Textiles, Crazy Patchwork, Colorful Quilts, Fabric Journals, Quilting For Beginners, Scrappy Quilts, Square Quilt

Quilt expo Beaujolais #2 - Un lapin sur le fil

la suite... Margaret Cooter Royaume Uni Concours Beaujolais d'Or le patch de ma copine Christine et une petite sélection de ceux...

From "The Unforgettable Korean Bojagi Forum, 2014 - Fiber Art Now" piece is “Fragments of Sea” by Im-Sun Noh Textile Fiber Art, Textile Artists, Strip Quilts, Korean Art, Korean Traditional, Motif Floral, Textiles, Handmade Crafts, Quilt Patterns

The Unforgettable Korean Bojagi Forum, 2014

Jeju Island, South Korea provided a wonderful, almost tropical, setting for the second Korean Bojagi Forum from August 24-28, 2014. Registration began Sunday morning as participants drifted in from around the world: Australia, Cambodia, Finland, Romania, Qatar, a large contingent from Hawaii and the continental US, and of course, Korea. ... Read more »

 Photo by Luana Rubin. Fabric Painting, Fabric Art, Textiles, International Quilt Festival, Silk Ribbon Embroidery, Crewel Embroidery, Textile Art, Quilt Patterns, Quilting Ideas


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9 patch cross quilt in progress, (photo of patchwork quilt top hanging in window). Quilt Block Patterns, Pattern Blocks, Quilt Blocks, Hand Quilting, Machine Quilting, Modern Quilting, Stained Glass Quilt, Cross Quilt, Contemporary Quilts

The Silly BooDilly

Working tiny is so satisfying. Below are a few Spring inspired tiny projects I've been working on in both paint and stitch... Little bird and bunny studies I did around Easter. Flowered Beads in Ginger Shot Cotton Some pretty little embroidered beads with cornflower blue flowers. A little mouse house complete with a mushroom chimney. Flowered Beads in Aqua Another trio of pretty little beads, this time with pink blooms against an aqua background. Four little imaginary birds, each perched…