Your pictures: Textiles
Each week, we publish a gallery of readers' pictures on a set theme. This week it is "Textiles".
Joanna Munro discovered a cat napping in the perfect spot; on a pile of merino wool socks on a market stall in Peru.
This embroidered denim jacket caught the eye of Daniel Furon.
Lynn Ashford: "Last year's sunflower heads have their own natural textile as seen in the various stages of their drying out ready for the birds to enjoy."
Claire Pott: "This is a patchwork quilt made from scraps of lots of other projects. This is exactly what I think a patchwork should be - unplanned, colourful and making use of scraps that otherwise wouldn’t be used."
Joanne Pattison photographed two local women shopping for traditional huipil garments in a market near Lake Atitlan in Guatemala.
Alicja Gruszka: "I am a big cherry eater. I placed a bowl of cherries on my cherry-patterned tablecloth and got inspired for this still life shot."
James Hopkins photographed a community of low-caste Indian migrants living in Nepal showing off their hand-stitched bed covers made from scraps of fabric.
Stewart Wilson spotted an intricately woven marsh wren nest in Cranbrook in Canada.
And finally, prayer flags shot in India by Ujwal Bhagwat. The next theme is "paths", and the deadline for your entries is 5 June. If you would like to enter, send your pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org. Further details and terms can be found by following the link to "We set the theme, you take the pictures," at the bottom of the page.