Rakhmi Fitriani

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Ethnic macrame wallart inspired by the Mexican indigenous by Belen Senra

Ethnic macrame wallart inspired by the Mexican indigenous by Belen Senra

In what was not too long ago a dry ex-stone quarry, Lady Walton, an Argentinian, created the lush feeling of a tropical jungle.

La Mortella, Isola D'Ischia, Italy by terry moyemont on

It took me an hour and a half to get her off the loom late last night after the girls went to bed. She's the largest weaving I've completed so far, measuring in at 23" wide by 50" long. I logged roughly 30 hours over the course of a week working on this beast! She's my pride and joy

It took me an hour and a half to get her off the loom late last night after the girls went to bed. She's the largest weaving I've completed so far, measuring in at 23" wide by 50" long. I logged roughly 30 hours over the course of a week working on this beast! She's my pride and joy

Archipelago Courtyard by terrain-nyc « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine #landscapearchitectureplan #landscapearchitecturecourtyard

Archipelago Courtyard by terrain-nyc « Landscape Architecture Works | Landezine #landscapearchitectureplan #landscapearchitecturecourtyard

Craft Inspiration – Sheena Liam

Craft Inspiration – Sheena Liam

Tulle embroidery by Krista Decor // bird embroidery // floral embroidery // hoop art

Tulle embroidery by Krista Decor // bird embroidery // floral embroidery // hoop art

Russian artist Vera Shimunia creates colorful embroidery designs that look like pieces of landscape art. Using various embroidery stitches, each embroidery painting captures the vibrant beauty of nature. Embroidered flowers fill textile meadows, and the colors of mountains, fields, and seascapes blend like paint.

Russian artist Vera Shimunia creates colorful embroidery designs that look like pieces of landscape art. Using various embroidery stitches, each embroidery painting captures the vibrant beauty of nature. Embroidered flowers fill textile meadows, and the colors of mountains, fields, and seascapes blend like paint.