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  • ⚓ Palmerkins  ⚓

    I am in love with this!! (The Jealous Curator » installation Spiderweb crochet)

  • Heather Thomas

    shane waltener - doily cobwebs, or cobweb doilies - whatever... it's awesome!

  • Jaime Marts

    I didn't know if this should be filed under art, craft, design or random greatness because it seems to be all of the above! Love it! Shane Waltener: Cobweb Doilies

  • Cammy jean

    shane waltener, crochet spider webs?

  • Anya Bruhin

    shane waltener. crochet cobwebs

  • Violette

    Shane Waltener: crocheted spiderwebs

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