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Rosie James is a textile artist from Rochester, England. She captures human nature using machine and hand embroidery.

Rosie James is a textile artist from Rochester, England. She captures human nature using machine and hand embroidery.

Rachel Harmeyer - Hysteria I - hand embroidered collage | For those who don't know what they're looking at, this is a cross-section of female pelvic anatomy. The upside down "U" shape is the uterus. To its left is the bladder (round shape) and to its right is the colon.

Rachel Harmeyer - Hysteria I - hand embroidered collage | For those who don't know what they're looking at, this is a cross-section of female pelvic anatomy. The upside down "U" shape is the uterus. To its left is the bladder (round shape) and to its right is the colon.

"Body Box" by Caroline Gates http://wp.me/pjlln-2ao #knit #knitting #knithacker. Fun for older kids

"Body Box" by Caroline Gates http://wp.me/pjlln-2ao #knit #knitting #knithacker. Fun for older kids

We LOVE finger knitting and are always on the look out for new Finger Knitting Projects and ideas. Here is a simple Finger Knitted Heart Ornament that the kids can make quickly and easily!!! Love. Nothing like a DIY Christmas Ornament or use these as adorable Valentine's Day Decorations too!

We LOVE finger knitting and are always on the look out for new Finger Knitting Projects and ideas. Here is a simple Finger Knitted Heart Ornament that the kids can make quickly and easily!!! Love. Nothing like a DIY Christmas Ornament or use these as adorable Valentine's Day Decorations too!

I guess it isn't surprising that a knitter has an affinity for sheep. Obviously, some sort of kinship must exist with the animal whose wool provides daily enjoyment (and employment!). So as predictable as it may be, I will say it anyway... I love sheep. They are a funny creature with a neurotic voice and a body perfect for graphic adaptation.    I love their bulbous bellies and knobbly knees, their googly eyes and pointy ears. I love how they amble about in groups, looking like earth-bound…

I guess it isn't surprising that a knitter has an affinity for sheep. Obviously, some sort of kinship must exist with the animal whose wool provides daily enjoyment (and employment!). So as predictable as it may be, I will say it anyway... I love sheep. They are a funny creature with a neurotic voice and a body perfect for graphic adaptation. I love their bulbous bellies and knobbly knees, their googly eyes and pointy ears. I love how they amble about in groups, looking like earth-bound…

Textile moths By Mister Finch - I love this except for the body of the moth...not sure but it looks like it might be made from fur. :( Maybe try with teddy bear fabric or even velvet? Might have to make my own take on this!

Textile moths By Mister Finch - I love this except for the body of the moth...not sure but it looks like it might be made from fur. :( Maybe try with teddy bear fabric or even velvet? Might have to make my own take on this!

This is just one really long wide scarf that is twisted in front, wrapped around body, ends joined at back on the lower half and also joined top and bottom to make a very different vest.  Might look into this when I have lost weight.  Would look good over a maxi dress.

This is just one really long wide scarf that is twisted in front, wrapped around body, ends joined at back on the lower half and also joined top and bottom to make a very different vest. Might look into this when I have lost weight. Would look good over a maxi dress.

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