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Severija Incirauskaite is a textile artist who Lithuanian border to cross stitch metal objects from everyday life

This is some hardcore embroidery by Lithuanian artist Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene. Her work involves cross-stitching domestic, metal objects such…

Upcycling Genius - Ulla Stina Wikander cross stitch sculptures - Baby Carriage

Obsolete Objects Given New Life with Spectacular Embroidered Skins

Artist Ulla Stina Wikander uses cross stitch embroidery to create a new skin for everyday objects.

Severija Incirauskaite is a textile artist who Lithuanian border to cross stitch  metal objects from everyday life

Severija Incirauskaite is a textile artist who Lithuanian border to cross stitch metal objects from everyday life

darksilenceinsuburbia: Laura McKellar | Exhibition-ism

Laura McKellar, an artist living in Melbourne who has an amazing series of work – digital prints on fabric, which she then hand-embroiders.

Antique Embroidered Picture, Silk on silk with watercolor, with ruler for scale

Antique Embroidered Picture, Silk on silk with watercolor, entire view

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Embroidering rackets rather than swinging them, Danielle Clough uses thick thread to create multi-colored images of aloe and other fauna on vintage tennis rackets, the strings acting as her loom.

Tapestry Trends: Frédérique Morrel Tapestry Taxidermy - a look at the artist's home and studio, Image Source Tracy Lee Lynch

Last year in our final Trend Talk session, we were very fortunate to have stylist Tracy Lynch talk to us about the increasing popularity of tapestry trends

Frederique Morrel : Frederique Morrel _ works | Sumally

To know more about Frederique Morrel Frederique Morrel _ works, visit Sumally, a social network that gathers together all the wanted things in the world! Featuring over 20 other Frederique Morrel items too!

Ornate Embroidery Patterns Stitched into Metallic Objects

Ornate Embroidery Patterns Stitched into Metallic Objects

Lithuatian artist Severija Inčirauskaitė-Kriaunevičienė applies standard floral and decorative patterns found in embroidery magazines to metallic objects like plates, spoons, lamps and even car doors.

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