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Hey and guess what , I'm tattooing these for ONLY $60 , get ya hands on one right now !!! DM me ✉️

Hey and guess what , I'm tattooing these for ONLY $60 , get ya hands on one right now !!! DM me ✉️

”#stygn #tråd #papper #skiss #textil #stitching #thread #paper #sketch #textileart #textile #färg” Karin Lundström

”#stygn #tråd #papper #skiss #textil #stitching #thread #paper #sketch #textileart #textile #färg” Karin Lundström

Art Quilts Around The World : Monochromatic 2 - Neroli Henderson - "The Churning"

Art Quilts Around The World : Monochromatic 2 - Neroli Henderson - "The Churning"

Hinke Schreuders art, via Passion For Paper & Print

Hinke Schreuders art, via Passion For Paper & Print

detail, 'works on paper #30' (2012) by Dutch artist Hinke Schreuders (b.1969). via the artist's site sudsandsoda

detail, 'works on paper #30' (2012) by Dutch artist Hinke Schreuders (b.1969). via the artist's site sudsandsoda

hinke schreuders

hinke schreuders

Sophie Digard - Juvenile Wool Shawl - Reef Blue/Volc

Sophie Digard - Juvenile Wool Shawl - Reef Blue/Volc

NAZAR KUŞ.

NAZAR KUŞ.

Twin Rocks Trading post has amazing Navajo baskets including pieces like this from Elsie Holiday.

Twin Rocks Trading post has amazing Navajo baskets including pieces like this from Elsie Holiday.

The Navajo culture enraptures me, because it is constantly moving, ever evolving. I often hear the term, “A tradition of change,” applied to this group of people, and feel it not only accurately describes them, but also is the only solution to maintaining a viable culture. As I interpret the Navajo landscape, woven baskets stand as the primary metaphor. Here you have the traditional ceremonial basket that is still used in healing and wedding ceremonies. Navajo Weaver Joann Johnson

The Navajo culture enraptures me, because it is constantly moving, ever evolving. I often hear the term, “A tradition of change,” applied to this group of people, and feel it not only accurately describes them, but also is the only solution to maintaining a viable culture. As I interpret the Navajo landscape, woven baskets stand as the primary metaphor. Here you have the traditional ceremonial basket that is still used in healing and wedding ceremonies. Navajo Weaver Joann Johnson