teachingliteracy:

existential doily (by Stitch Therapy)

teachingliteracy:

existential doily (by Stitch Therapy)

ianbrooks:

Rain of Cats Textiles by Ivan Semesyuk

The crazy cat lady in me is always wondering why I don’t have enough cats emblazoned on everything I own… and why dont I? Probably because I’m a danger to myself and others if I tried to sew anything, but a wall of embroidered cats might be worth the risk.

Artist: Behance / Website

urhajos:

Your Own Wood

This would be perfect for my dad.  One of my clearest childhood memories is of him chopping wood every weekend and the big firewood pile on the edge of the woods next to our house.  This makes me feel a little homesick :(

urhajos:

Your Own Wood

This would be perfect for my dad.  One of my clearest childhood memories is of him chopping wood every weekend and the big firewood pile on the edge of the woods next to our house.  This makes me feel a little homesick :(

disgustinghuman:

elizabethlovatt:

Bee Quilt

The material has been hand dyed with turmeric, tea and onions skins. Then hand printed with lino cuts to represent the larvae, workers, drones and the single queen bee. The quilt was then then pieced, quilted and bound by hand.

The bees are arranged in a rough imitation of the structure of a hive: the queen is surrounded by workers, each drone and larvae are attended by their own workers, while others form a circle to represent a “bee dance” and some stand guard at the entrance to the hive.

stunning

This is all kinds of amazing.

(via disgustinghuman)

(via teachingliteracy)

tomelvinsart:

TOASTAn original screen print on a canvas material

I want this hanging in my kitchen.

tomelvinsart:

TOAST
An original screen print on a canvas material

I want this hanging in my kitchen.

Who made this!?

(Source: lumber, via disgustinghuman)

cordisre:

The Girl with Seven Horses

(via disgustinghuman)

hamadryad:

catsluck:Aurélie William Levaux(via Craft Witch)

(via manacrystals)

Ladies Work: An Exploration of Gender and Labor by Jesse Lu

This project has already been successfully funded (with 29 days to go!) but it’s so wonderful, I have to share it.  Love the concept, and Jesse Lu’s work is beautiful.  Can I just say how excited I am to get one of her handmade utensil pouches in the mail once this project is completed?  Pretty darn excited.

Utensil pouches by Jesse Lu

Detail--utensil pouch by Jesse Lu