Top left: Cartridge paper punched with blunt puncher, so had to push holes out with fingers, tearing in process, then folded paper, punched and pushed again a couple of times, crumpled, flattened out, crumpled, flattened, repeatedly.
Top right: Cartridge paper dampened with water, then crumpled rubbing between hands until ripped.
Middle left: Pieces torn into strips then woven together, held in place with glue stick.
Middle right: Crumpled, punched, rubbed.
Bottom left: Crumpled, then put under ring binder machine a few times, crumpled again until torn.
Bottom right:Crumpled, ring binder again around edges and through cente, crumpled again until ragged.
Top left: Free-machine stitching on black paper, crumpled, then wet and rubbed until torn.
Top right: Free-machine stitched with no thread, crumpled, wetted out, rubbed between hands.
Bottom left: Stitched with automatic stitches, crumpled, wetted, torn.
Bottom right: Torn pieces of paper, pieced together with free-machine embroidery.
Top: Tracing paper, doubled over, with bits of thread sandwiched between, then free-machined, burned, rubbed. [This is my favourite sample - love the disintegrated look.]
Bottom: As above, but stitched with automatic patterns.