Your pictures: Textiles

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A cat asleep on a pile of coloured fabricsImage source, Joanna Munro
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Joanna Munro discovered a cat napping in the perfect spot; on a pile of merino wool socks on a market stall in Peru.
An embroidered denim jacketImage source, Daniel Furon
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This embroidered denim jacket caught the eye of Daniel Furon.
Image source, Lynn Ashford
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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."
Image source, Claire Pott
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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."
Image source, Joanne Pattison
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Joanne Pattison photographed two local women shopping for traditional huipil garments in a market near Lake Atitlan in Guatemala.
Image source, Alicja Gruszka
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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."
Image source, James Hopkins
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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.
Image source, Stewart Wilson
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Stewart Wilson spotted an intricately woven marsh wren nest in Cranbrook in Canada.
Image source, Ujwal Bhagwat
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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 yourpics@bbc.co.uk. 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.