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You don't have to have lived through the moon landing to enjoy getting busy with a needle and thread, and the fab people over at He Made She Made are proving it with a very stitch-happy exhibition.
Instead of letting her fallen hairs get up to their usual mischief of clogging up the vacuum cleaner, London artist Sula Fay found a way to put them to good use.
Yay for you, you wonderful flap of fabric!
If your favourite animal friend is a bit rad, you might want to consider having them immortalised as a nifty piece of embroidery.
Childhood trauma mixed with granny crafts. It's not a pairing you hear every day, but our interest sure was piqued when those words rolled into our inbox.
Vesekla Bulkan embroiders sweet patches – not of the 'there's-a-breeze-in-my-pants-that-needs-attending-to' kind, but the veggie-filled, 'growing-lots-of-goodness-for-your-belly' kind.
If you're looking for the kind of wholesome embroidery that would make the ideal gift for your sweet old nan, these might not be quite right.
Someone give a certificate of crafty appreciation to Milwaukee resident Molly Evans.
Featuring lots of wild animals, body modifications and even an internal organ or two, Ana's stitching is one part delicate, one part gruesome and a whole lot badass.
The collar is like a little fabric frame for your face, so it makes sense to choose one with a little bit of flair.
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