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Thread: Impressive fabric sculptures

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    Super Member ladyshuffler's Avatar
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    Impressive fabric sculptures

    http://www.kgw.com/news/slideshows/P...189211181.html

    Make sure you click on Gallery to see all 25 pictures.......very creative!!

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    Oh my, that is truly impressive. Thank you for the link.

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    Lovely link, thank you. I marvel at the work of these people. Just as impressive is the paper sculptures made by this artist: (make sure you watch the documentaries by clicking on the picture at the right of the screen)

    http://legionofhonor.famsf.org/legio...-de-borchgrave

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    Wow, thanks!

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    that is impressive! ironing and folding gthat much linen would definitely be tedious if you didn't have a passion for it. perhaps that is why it hasn't been displayed in so long. i'm sure there are not many people who would be willing to do that demanding art work.
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    These are impressive, but unlike so many art exhibits that I see, I am not the least interested in even trying it for myself. (Usually i am saying , "Oh my, oh my, what fun it would be to try this at home.") I suppose I satisfied that itch when I did a little bit of linen napkin folding in my youth, with much more elementary and yet fun designs.
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