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Day 12  (This project is following the instructions for a tapestry box or bag woven on a cardboard box, as written by the marvelous Sarah Swett in the Jan/Feb 08 edition of Handwoven magazine.)

Day 12 (This project is following the instructions for a tapestry box or bag woven on a cardboard box, as written by the marvelous Sarah Swett in the Jan/Feb 08 edition of Handwoven magazine.)

Vietnamese textiles expertly crafted for our backpacks, bags, and accessories. www.EthnotekBags.com

Vietnamese textiles expertly crafted for our backpacks, bags, and accessories. www.EthnotekBags.com

Sculptures made from natural river stones with rattan woven in Japanese basketry techniques by Seattle area artist Del Webber (stone sculptures vary in size, approximately 4" x 2" x 1.25" up to 4.5" x 3" x 2.5")

Sculptures made from natural river stones with rattan woven in Japanese basketry techniques by Seattle area artist Del Webber (stone sculptures vary in size, approximately 4" x 2" x 1.25" up to 4.5" x 3" x 2.5")

This would be fun to have set up and each person who wants weaves an item into the art work.

This would be fun to have set up and each person who wants weaves an item into the art work.

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Meredith Woolnough.  Australian artist who creates elaborate embroideries that mimic delicate forms of nature like leaves and coral. “I have been collecting skeletonized leaves for as long as I can remember,” says the artist, whose “traceries” capture the beauty and fragility of nature.  Using dissolvable fabrics.

Meredith Woolnough. Australian artist who creates elaborate embroideries that mimic delicate forms of nature like leaves and coral. “I have been collecting skeletonized leaves for as long as I can remember,” says the artist, whose “traceries” capture the beauty and fragility of nature. Using dissolvable fabrics.

garden loom - this was a huge success!  we added moss, bits of wool roving, sticks, cherry bark, flowers and grasses

garden loom - this was a huge success! we added moss, bits of wool roving, sticks, cherry bark, flowers and grasses

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