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Handmade and fabulous

Working with my hands all of my life, whether sewing, quilting, knittting, cutting, pasting, arranging, creating.....it all brings a connection in the heart.


Handmade and fabulous

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Yoga stretch to be done every day to improve your posture. A very good way to stay looking and feeling young..

Yoga stretch for poor posture – PinLaVie.com

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theatre puppets

wallpaper band box

Pamela Dalton Scherenschnitte - One Woman Show

Basket woven from coiled and discarded silk blouses by Jackie Abrams

134: Quadruple Ribbed Basket, signed Trevle Wood : Lot 134

Temari Ball, made by 88-year-old woman, Japan, ca. 2009.

Gorgeous Mohair Teddy By Lori Ann Corelis.....He is simply amazing !! Wish he were mine ~ ♥ ~ Photo via web { Lori's Blog }

carved swing

Fraser Smith - "Passiflora" carved from wood and hand painted with dye or watercolor

Fraser Smith - "Passiflora"

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Africa | Basketry tray from Tizi Ouzou, north central Algeria | Plant fiber and dyes.

beautiful dolls

3rd century A.D., Roman

Malileh kari: is one of the original persian handicraft , branch of the metal art that done with thin silver filaments.

This detail shows the fabulous way in which Randall Darwall finishes his scarves.

Helen Musselwhite cut paper

Hill Country Rug Works - Designs by Bea Brock

Africa | Fish carrying basket 'edibili' from the Mangbetu people of Medje, Congo (Belgian Congo) | Plant fiber and wood | ca. 1915 | These baskets were made by men, used by both sexes to carry all sorts of things, but they are made for the specific purposes of taking fish.

Handcrafted rocker

Bent Willow Furniture

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Seattle - Chihuly Gardens and Glass Museum

Decorative bowls are made entirely from thread, by Abbe Honeyman.

Beaded chair, Yoruba tribe, Nigeria

Africa | Telephone wire basket depicts village life showing birds, huts, trees and even shields. | Zulu basket, South Africa

Africa | Masterweave basket from Swaziland | Made from Sisal; each fiber is harvested, dried, hand dyed, dried again, then rolled against the weaver's leg until the perfect thread is drawn out. An average of 80 hours per 12 inch diameter basket makes these one of the most labor intensive of all African baskets for their size.