A vase hewn from the crotch section of a sugar maple with butterfly joints holding together the natural split by woodworker Joshua Vogel.
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Linen stitched infused concrete by Tactility Factory
Laga med Sasiko
embroidered fibre art using rust dyed fabric - Google Search
Richard McVetis | Grey hole | embroidery on wool | 24 cm X 30 cm | West Hampstead, London, England, U.K. | 2013
pepa bonnin mending
Embroidery over vintage photographs by Hinke Schreuders
This idea is stitched on to Valizafix and then when it is put into water the paper disappears and you are left with the stitchery. Again this would work well with the teabags as a collection of works. WEB: http://www.mariawigley.co.uk ARTIST: Maria Wigley TITLE: This Is My Letter to you YEAR: Unknown