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Calico Main coon? Yes! Maine coons can be any color coat, including all white. I have even seen a short coat Maine coon.

Calico Main coon? Yes! Maine coons can be any color coat, including all white. I have even seen a short coat Maine coon.

You better cut the pizza in four pieces because I'm not hungry enough to eat six.

You better cut the pizza in four pieces because I'm not hungry enough to eat six.

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Sue Hotchkis Fibre Artist stitched abstract art

Sue Hotchkis Fibre Artist stitched abstract art

betty busby--fine art in fiber

betty busby--fine art in fiber

Meredith Woolnough’s Embroideries Mimic Delicate Forms of Nature

Meredith Woolnough’s Embroideries Mimic Delicate Forms of Nature

Made of over 100 pieces of fabric. I machine stitched them to the cotton canvas with free-motion embroidery. The star shapes are meant to be a pattern of floating seeds. The silhouettes are mainly machine stitched, but the tips are hand embroidered with tiny French knots with a single thread of floss. There are small gold stitches scattered around the background, that don't really show here.

Made of over 100 pieces of fabric. I machine stitched them to the cotton canvas with free-motion embroidery. The star shapes are meant to be a pattern of floating seeds. The silhouettes are mainly machine stitched, but the tips are hand embroidered with tiny French knots with a single thread of floss. There are small gold stitches scattered around the background, that don't really show here.

Leisa Rich- fiber art- "Mass Hysteria" in progress- detail. Technique: Free motion stitching, machine embroidery Materials: Vinyl, thread. Cast resin brain by artist.

Leisa Rich- fiber art- "Mass Hysteria" in progress- detail. Technique: Free motion stitching, machine embroidery Materials: Vinyl, thread. Cast resin brain by artist.

Helena Vaari - Tekstiilitaiteilija - Luonto / aika

Helena Vaari - Tekstiilitaiteilija - Luonto / aika

embroidery - Mary Ruth Smith, PhD, Professor of Art

embroidery - Mary Ruth Smith, PhD, Professor of Art