I discovered UK-based Elizabeth Pawle’s creative stitchings on Instagram and was immediately hooked on her use of bright colors and unique textures. Using wool, cotton, silk and acrylic stitched in abstract patterns onto natural hessian, she creates a kind of anti-sampler. I love how every time you look at one of them, you discover something new.
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