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Here is the final amazing installment of embroidered artwork by the crazy talented members of the Phat Quarter for the 2013 Blinded by Science Swap. So creative!
Babel Fish by Lyndzi
Geissler Tubes by Mooshee
Carl Sagan Apple Pie by Cherry & Cinnamon
Solar System by Hugs are Fun
Disarticulated Skeleton by Sewphie
Optical Illusion by Sister Twisty
So, we’ve seen free-hand embroidery, stitching on velum, cross stitch, LED lights, conductive threads, sparkles and copper, to name a few mediums.
In terms of subject matter, we’ve seen everything from test tubes to planets to bones to bats to optical illusion. Shazam! How wonderful is this artwork! How talented are the members of the Phat Quarter!
The 1980s Swap is in full swing. And a new swap will be starting at the end of August, so be sure to stay tuned and join in!
Olisa Corcoran is a stitch artist and blogger living in Durham, NC. She speaks fluent Nuyorican and always keeps her dial turned to 11.