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Lee Sung-soon's "Seon," 2010-11, printing and drawing on ramie, patchwork Bojagi, traditional Korean wrapping cloths that reached their height in the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910), get the star treatment at the Museum of Craft and Folk Art's "Wrapping Traditions: Korean Textiles Now," a showcase of the art form's current worldwide revival.

hand dyed silk-hemp shibori by Jackson Fabric Arts

Chungie Lee "Breeze" Hemp patchwork, 6' x 6', 2000

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vintage Mayan Guatemalan apron (BEAUTIFUL!)

'Second Skin' by Agostina Zwilling(materials: tussah silk top, ramie top, hemp, flax, organic merino wool top)

pojagi from the international quilt study center & museum