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Liquid Crafting

Liquid Crafting is the use of non-solid material in textile crafts. Common examples are jelly yarn and liquid filled vinyl tubings.



In BIT.FLOW Julius Popp pumped color-coded liquids through an arrangement of clear vinyl tubings, thus creating interesting visual effects.

Jelly Yarns

The Institute For Figuring features under-water corals that were created using Jelly Yarns.


Blood Scarf

The first occurence of liquid crafting probably goes back to 2002, when Laura Splan used her own heart as a liquid pump, creating a beautiful red scarf.

Fluid Sculpture

Casual Profanity created a tubular structure from clear vinyl tubings using a simple knitting loom. The fabric was then turned into a liquid textile display using color-coded liquids.

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