Embroi­dered bags you’d get at your local bodega/corner store. Who is the artist that did this? I only found this piece on the Bom­bay Sap­p...

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El Barrio Bodega (series) by Nicoletta de la Brown, embroidered plastic bags…

Alice Ballard's Greenville, SC studio. Ceramics based on seed pods

wall pods by Alice Ballard - in the making at her Greenville, SC studio // saved because of the color - sometimes it looks strange on the work bench, but when its hung on the wall it is phenomenal.

Anita Bruce - Fine Art Textiles

Exhibitions, Projects and Media - with a background in both the life sciences and textile arts, Anita explores the boundaries between the arts and science, particularly with reference to biodiversity.

Textile Treasure Seeker: 'Thread and Thrift'

Applique, buttons, an old Harris Tweed label. Textile Treasure Seeker: 'Thread and Thrift'

Bags of Aggro - Kirsty Whitlock mixed media fiber art http://www.kirstywhitlock.com/ #stitching

Textile Artist Kirsty Whitlock Bags of Aggro Kirsty Whitlock interview: Embroidery transforms

jennifer collier::the empty teabags provide little pockets which when stuck together from the fabric of the glove and stitched together exactly as you would a fabric glove

Patterned History: Hand In Glove: Pattern Preservation and Re-use

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