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Legion For We Are Many. 137 yds bulky by FreshFromTheCauldron

Legion For We Are Many. 137 yds bulky by FreshFromTheCauldron

Living On The Edge.....: Busy Doing Lots of Things

Seascape - Absolutely gorgeous piece of art! Made by embellishing merino tops, silk bricks, ribbons and yarns onto a baby-wipe, then adding detail with hand embroidery and beads. by Su (Tiny Acorns) Harris.

Since if is finally spring and time to start foregoing for natural dye stuffs, I decided that I should have an online version of my natural ...

A quite lovely natural dye chart from Jessika Cates. via her site Collective Individual. Love the chart.

Learn how to use leftover yarns and turn it to a magic ball. Come visit The Ball of Yarn shop (156-A W. Granada Blvd. Ormond Beach, Florida 32174), where we can share all tricks about yarns or visit our site at http://www.theballofyarn.com/

Learn how to use leftover yarns and turn it to a magic ball. Come visit The Ball of Yarn shop W. Ormond Beach, Florida where we can share all tricks about yarns or visit our site at www.

Wrapping string, twine, yarn or just about any fiber is another great way to roll texture onto your surface

Would love the kids to do their own wall art! Different ways to texture with paint using a cardboard paper towel roll with Alisa Burke.

This could be an awesome recycling (yarn) and garden (dried plants) project.

Weaving brightly between grasses (and other natural objects). This is a great idea to use some of those fibers that I have no idea what to do with.

Weaving by Janelle Pietrzak of All Roads.  Fiber, goldleaf and stoneware.  2015.

all-roads: Weaving by Janelle Pietrzak of All Roads. Fiber, goldleaf and stoneware. Beautiful marriage of soft and hard materials.

Margaret Crowther - Tarantella Tapestry. Textile artist working mainly in sisal and paper yarns. Woven and constructed using original techniques, 3D forms, abstract and figurative wall hangings and free standing sculptures. Commissions undertaken, postcards available.

Textile artist working mainly in sisal and paper yarns. Woven and constructed using original techniques, forms, abstract and figurative wall hangings and free standing sculptures.

Free Knitting Pattern for Sock Baggie - This small project bag stands roughly 6 inches high. 13 inches around at the drawstring row and 17 inches around the widest part. It features picot edge, braided drawstring with optional pompoms and beads. Pictured projects by the designer Rebecca Enoch, CharliWilson, and nettischaf

Free Knitting Pattern for Sock Baggie - This small project bag stands roughly 6 inches high. 13 inches around at the drawstring row and 17 inches around the widest part. It features picot edge, braided drawstring with optional pompoms and beads.

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