fiber art love
Fiber art findings and things made by me.
fiber art love
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nimrod-tiger:

Corsets, cinches, basques #1
nimrod-tiger:

Corsets, cinches, basques #1
nimrod-tiger:

Corsets, cinches, basques #1
nimrod-tiger:

Corsets, cinches, basques #1
nimrod-tiger:

Corsets, cinches, basques #1
nimrod-tiger:

Corsets, cinches, basques #1
nimrod-tiger:

Corsets, cinches, basques #1
nimrod-tiger:

Corsets, cinches, basques #1
nimrod-tiger:

Corsets, cinches, basques #1
nimrod-tiger:

Corsets, cinches, basques #1
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cristinamycrochet:

gorgeous knitting
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grimsperation:

Andrea Zittel
‘In 2002 Zittel began hand felting wool directly into the shape of shirts, tunics or dresses.  Eash resulting Fiber Form Uniform was made as a single piece with no seams.  These garments were produced the auspices of A- Z Advanced Technologies – bringing complexity of form together with pre-industrial know-how. A-Z Advanced Technologies comment on progressive designs that hark back to lost primitive ideals.’
'In the A-Z Single Strand Uniforms (1998-2001) Zittel abandoned pre-woven fibers and created clothing directly from a single strand of yarn, which she crocheted into various forms.  She chose crochet because it required the least number of implements possible (a single hook) to make a garment.’
text and images http://www.zittel.org/
grimsperation:

Andrea Zittel
‘In 2002 Zittel began hand felting wool directly into the shape of shirts, tunics or dresses.  Eash resulting Fiber Form Uniform was made as a single piece with no seams.  These garments were produced the auspices of A- Z Advanced Technologies – bringing complexity of form together with pre-industrial know-how. A-Z Advanced Technologies comment on progressive designs that hark back to lost primitive ideals.’
'In the A-Z Single Strand Uniforms (1998-2001) Zittel abandoned pre-woven fibers and created clothing directly from a single strand of yarn, which she crocheted into various forms.  She chose crochet because it required the least number of implements possible (a single hook) to make a garment.’
text and images http://www.zittel.org/
grimsperation:

Andrea Zittel
‘In 2002 Zittel began hand felting wool directly into the shape of shirts, tunics or dresses.  Eash resulting Fiber Form Uniform was made as a single piece with no seams.  These garments were produced the auspices of A- Z Advanced Technologies – bringing complexity of form together with pre-industrial know-how. A-Z Advanced Technologies comment on progressive designs that hark back to lost primitive ideals.’
'In the A-Z Single Strand Uniforms (1998-2001) Zittel abandoned pre-woven fibers and created clothing directly from a single strand of yarn, which she crocheted into various forms.  She chose crochet because it required the least number of implements possible (a single hook) to make a garment.’
text and images http://www.zittel.org/
grimsperation:

Andrea Zittel
‘In 2002 Zittel began hand felting wool directly into the shape of shirts, tunics or dresses.  Eash resulting Fiber Form Uniform was made as a single piece with no seams.  These garments were produced the auspices of A- Z Advanced Technologies – bringing complexity of form together with pre-industrial know-how. A-Z Advanced Technologies comment on progressive designs that hark back to lost primitive ideals.’
'In the A-Z Single Strand Uniforms (1998-2001) Zittel abandoned pre-woven fibers and created clothing directly from a single strand of yarn, which she crocheted into various forms.  She chose crochet because it required the least number of implements possible (a single hook) to make a garment.’
text and images http://www.zittel.org/
grimsperation:

Andrea Zittel
‘In 2002 Zittel began hand felting wool directly into the shape of shirts, tunics or dresses.  Eash resulting Fiber Form Uniform was made as a single piece with no seams.  These garments were produced the auspices of A- Z Advanced Technologies – bringing complexity of form together with pre-industrial know-how. A-Z Advanced Technologies comment on progressive designs that hark back to lost primitive ideals.’
'In the A-Z Single Strand Uniforms (1998-2001) Zittel abandoned pre-woven fibers and created clothing directly from a single strand of yarn, which she crocheted into various forms.  She chose crochet because it required the least number of implements possible (a single hook) to make a garment.’
text and images http://www.zittel.org/
grimsperation:

Andrea Zittel
‘In 2002 Zittel began hand felting wool directly into the shape of shirts, tunics or dresses.  Eash resulting Fiber Form Uniform was made as a single piece with no seams.  These garments were produced the auspices of A- Z Advanced Technologies – bringing complexity of form together with pre-industrial know-how. A-Z Advanced Technologies comment on progressive designs that hark back to lost primitive ideals.’
'In the A-Z Single Strand Uniforms (1998-2001) Zittel abandoned pre-woven fibers and created clothing directly from a single strand of yarn, which she crocheted into various forms.  She chose crochet because it required the least number of implements possible (a single hook) to make a garment.’
text and images http://www.zittel.org/
grimsperation:

Andrea Zittel
‘In 2002 Zittel began hand felting wool directly into the shape of shirts, tunics or dresses.  Eash resulting Fiber Form Uniform was made as a single piece with no seams.  These garments were produced the auspices of A- Z Advanced Technologies – bringing complexity of form together with pre-industrial know-how. A-Z Advanced Technologies comment on progressive designs that hark back to lost primitive ideals.’
'In the A-Z Single Strand Uniforms (1998-2001) Zittel abandoned pre-woven fibers and created clothing directly from a single strand of yarn, which she crocheted into various forms.  She chose crochet because it required the least number of implements possible (a single hook) to make a garment.’
text and images http://www.zittel.org/
grimsperation:

Andrea Zittel
‘In 2002 Zittel began hand felting wool directly into the shape of shirts, tunics or dresses.  Eash resulting Fiber Form Uniform was made as a single piece with no seams.  These garments were produced the auspices of A- Z Advanced Technologies – bringing complexity of form together with pre-industrial know-how. A-Z Advanced Technologies comment on progressive designs that hark back to lost primitive ideals.’
'In the A-Z Single Strand Uniforms (1998-2001) Zittel abandoned pre-woven fibers and created clothing directly from a single strand of yarn, which she crocheted into various forms.  She chose crochet because it required the least number of implements possible (a single hook) to make a garment.’
text and images http://www.zittel.org/
grimsperation:

Andrea Zittel
‘In 2002 Zittel began hand felting wool directly into the shape of shirts, tunics or dresses.  Eash resulting Fiber Form Uniform was made as a single piece with no seams.  These garments were produced the auspices of A- Z Advanced Technologies – bringing complexity of form together with pre-industrial know-how. A-Z Advanced Technologies comment on progressive designs that hark back to lost primitive ideals.’
'In the A-Z Single Strand Uniforms (1998-2001) Zittel abandoned pre-woven fibers and created clothing directly from a single strand of yarn, which she crocheted into various forms.  She chose crochet because it required the least number of implements possible (a single hook) to make a garment.’
text and images http://www.zittel.org/
grimsperation:

Andrea Zittel
‘In 2002 Zittel began hand felting wool directly into the shape of shirts, tunics or dresses.  Eash resulting Fiber Form Uniform was made as a single piece with no seams.  These garments were produced the auspices of A- Z Advanced Technologies – bringing complexity of form together with pre-industrial know-how. A-Z Advanced Technologies comment on progressive designs that hark back to lost primitive ideals.’
'In the A-Z Single Strand Uniforms (1998-2001) Zittel abandoned pre-woven fibers and created clothing directly from a single strand of yarn, which she crocheted into various forms.  She chose crochet because it required the least number of implements possible (a single hook) to make a garment.’
text and images http://www.zittel.org/
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irisnectar:

Felt hot air balloon mobiles by The Felt Chef on etsy 
irisnectar:

Felt hot air balloon mobiles by The Felt Chef on etsy 
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the59thstreetbridge:

Gobelenchik