Fibre Arts, craftivism, and the horrendously adorable macramé owl.
“Anybody caught selling macrame in public should be dyed a natural color and hung out to dry.” —Calvin Trillin.
Latest round of pinning: fiber arts, craftivism, textile culture jamming, & the wonderfully horrendous macramé owl. http://t.co/ugtdFzLSgw— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 12, 2014
Macramé owl from my gran's house lives on pic.twitter.com/YoxxHfMWlD— Kirsty McGregor (@mcg_kd) March 25, 2013
Francoise Grossen, entitled “Swan”, undyed sisal (1967) pic.twitter.com/09nPskMt8d— Laia Riera Sanjaume (@lairisars) May 1, 2014
Bye Mr. Mowat! Will always have your stories. :'-) pic.twitter.com/Uj40IASuDP— Desk of L. Riding (@leanneriding) May 7, 2014
These owls are part of an amazing installation at the Art Gallery of Ontario. pic.twitter.com/Sai7XA5VUF— Eric Orchard (@Inkybat) May 16, 2014