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Gennie Stafford: gennie catastrophe | point twill | cotton | resist-dyed warp | Raleigh-Durham, North Carolina | c. 2010

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Wall hanging, 1923. Flatweave, combined with Gobelin technique: cotton, silk and wool. Busch Reisinger Museum/Harvard University Art Museum

Louet Cottonline for the weft, woven on a Baby Wolf

Chocolate wrappers sewn on canvas! It really pays to save just about everything......

Pieced Quilt Alphabet 1885 Pennsylvania by Surrender Dorothy.

Hand Painted Wisteria Sock Yarn by fiberartoriginals on Etsy, $18.00

Molds by UnaOdd-Lynn. Used a product called Knead-a-Mold, from Townsend Atelier. It creates a silicone rubber mold that sets in less than 10 minutes. The final mold can be used in the oven (for polymer) and is food safe as well. Polymer clay can be used in the molds. Most molds were made from plants in the garden.

Jupi Das, of Camp Hill is a juried paper cutting (or scherenschnitte) artist. Her beautiful pieces are hand cut out of a single piece of paper and then mounted 3-dimensionally. Often, she will even hand paint sections to highlight particularly important areas. The art of paper cutting can be traced back many years through many different cultures. On her website, Jupi talks about how her work is influenced by the folk cutting traditions of the Chinese, Japanese, German and Swiss.

Spot sampler [English] (64.101.1328) | Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History | The Metropolitan Museum of Art