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This is a small contemporary fiber art sculpture by me, Rachel Hunnicutt. It was handcrafted with very thin cotton crochet thread in aqua blue, green, and white and a tiny crochet hook. The forms were inspired by barnacles and other sea creatures.

This piece is part of an ongoing series inspired by natural organic shapes such as barnacles, sea coral, lichen, and seed pods. I used a miniature secondhand frame with an ornate edge as a base, coating it with several layers of aqua blue paint. Then I crocheted each individual piece with a crochet hook and fine cotton thread. Each piece was carefully arranged and glued onto the base. The process of making each piece is a bit time consuming, but it becomes a meditation as I crochet each part of the project.

Much love and many good thoughts go into each piece I make. It is so important to me that my work is original and includes special details - I hope you enjoy it!

This piece is signed and ready to hang. The frame has a spot for hanging built into the back.

Measures approximately 5.5 x 6.5 inches (14 x 17 cm).

The frame has a beautiful curvy design. Because this part of the piece is second hand there may be small imperfections present. The paint does a good job of hiding flaws, but they may exist.

These pieces are stunning when grouped together, so check out my other art for sale:

Beach Decor Crochet Fiber Wall Art in Aqua Blue - Lagoon


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cotton crochet thread, vintage frame, acrylic paint, clear coat, glue
  • Ships from United States to select countries.
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