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Love the fibre art from Fibrations Studio. This one is a tribute to Frank Lloyd Wright's Fallingwater. #SarahEdmonds #Banquet

  • Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation

    We love when people are inspired by #FrankLloydWright's body of work. Interesting piece.

  • Fibrations Studio

    Wow! Kathy and I had no idea our "Fallingwater" piece was shared here on Pinterest. What wonderful kind words, thank you so much! Frank's design of the home inspired the wood assemblage I created for the top, and the double waterfall setting inspired Kathy's double fiber cascade weaving.

still need to learn how to weave.

Africa | Embroidered panel from Morocco | ca. 1880 | Linen and silk | One of the rarest and finest examples of Moroccan embroidery, this wall hanging (arid) displays the most remarkable achievement of a Chefchaouene needlewoman's skills.

Elizabeth Hickox (Yurok/Hupa/Karuk/American), Lidded Basket, porcupine quills/plant fibers, c. 1925.

Artichoke Thistle linen tea towel by giardino on Etsy, $24.00

I think these are done by pinching? Nice and thin and still have a very handmade touch to it

Crocheted wire sculptures by Ruth Asawa. “I was interested in it because of the economy of a line, making something in space, enclosing it without blocking it out. It’s still transparent. I realized that if I was going to make these forms, which interlock and interweave, it can only be done with a line because a line can go anywhere.”—Ruth Asawa

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Kuba Cloth. Using the leaf of the raffia tree, the Kuba people of the Congo first hand cut, and then weave the strips of leaf to make pieces of fabric, often called raffia cloth.