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Messy Nessy Chic
Silk worms! (via British-Pathe circa 1966)
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Doing it from begining to the End product by youself ,how amazing was it back then.

6 days ago

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Odine Lang Paper Sculpture (Wire and Japanese Paper)

indulgy.com/post/RJHoNFZyT1/odine-lang-paper-sculpture-wire-and-japanese-paper No Affiliation.
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1 week ago

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A good cause if anyone is interested.Any sewers wishing to learn how to sew our beautiful waterproof shields ?
We will hold a session on Wednesday 2 August. 10am
Please book by emailing pennyh@daysforgirls.org
Thanks
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A good cause if anyone is interested.

1 week ago

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Saw this post by Betsy Greer, on Instagram today and I loved what she wrote with the photo below:
"I love this piece by @naomirag! I know there are people for and against yarnbombing as craftivism. But to me, it hits firmly at the heart of using your craft/art for activist purposes because it causes a shift, however slight, in focus. And that's what using creative protest does, it causes you to notice.
And if you can get someone to notice, you might get them to think, which puts the wheels in motion to act. It cuts through the noise visually by virtue of being different and unique and in the case of craft and art, often beautiful and handmade. With craft having the added bonus of being attached to all sorts of feel good messages in our cultural memory, it further entices people to entice, to ask, to connect. No, you do not have to be loud, or even necessarily political, to make a difference.
Artist below - Follow both Betsy Greer and Naomirag on Instagram.
N A O M I R A G Street Artist & Fiber Artist Coloring up the neighborhood of East Harlem, New York www.naomirag.wordpress.com
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