Temple Fabrics

This blog is a work in progress, as is the Temple.

The ceiling of the Temple is finished; it is pictured above, on the header of this blog. If you look carefully, you can see trees through the ceiling.

Here are some of the fabrics I’m using to create the Temple:

Temple Fabrics. Photo by Sharon Lips.

Temple Fabrics. Photo by Sharon Lips.

Daddy-long-legs on Temple fabric. Photo by Sharon Lips.

Temple fabric with hand.

About Katharine

Mixed media / textile artist and underground minister. sanctuarywithoutwalls.com and katharinehouk.com
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4 Responses to Temple Fabrics

  1. Laurie Webster says:

    I love your ceilings!
    My soon to be daughter-in-law has requested that we do a fabric ceiling cover for the wedding. I saw the fabrics you are using and think they may be ideal. Are the fabrics available for purchase? Are you willing to share or sell “how-to” instructions?
    Thank you,
    Laurie Webster

    • Katharine says:

      Thank you for stopping by Temple of the Cosmos, Laurie. I will answer your questions via email.
      Katharine

      • Kathleen says:

        Does the Temple fabrics clean if get dirty? I am looking at 100% Cotton and 100% polyester.

      • Katharine says:

        Kathleen,
        The fabric I used: sheer polyesters, no cotton. The fabric structure can be spot cleaned. The temple withstood rain and wind at an outdoor event. The water and wind just went right through the sheer fabrics.
        I hope this is helpful. Thanks for your interest.

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