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Hawaiian HULA GIRLS: Fiber Art Textile Assemblage

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Title: Patron Saint of Hula. Measures 22" wide by 25" high. This started off as a vintage pillowcase with the word "Hers" embroidered on. I upcycled the vintage linen into what you see here. I collaged an assortment of elements on, old and new, which have been artfully combined, then sewn together by machine as a crazy quilt patchwork might be: raw edge, applique style. Elements include: hula girls, Patron Saint by Alexander Henry, Hawaiian prints, buttons, scraps, ukulele, bright pink halter top, crochet, linen calendar, handkerchief, antique chintz, fringe, embroidery, bark cloth, wool, violets, etc. The words "Patron Saint" handwritten in permanent ink. Notice also the words: "She Sang Aloha to Me" and the word HULA. Hang on wall using small nails or tacks (or frame behind glass). Carries the 'Random Scraps of Fabric' label and is signed by me, Bonny Gorsuch, in Cannon Beach, Oregon, USA. Thank you for your interest!--mybonny
Bonny Gorsuch

Hawaiian HULA GIRLS: Fiber Art Textile Assemblage

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: embroidery, crochet, fabric, textile, fiber, chintz, pillowcase, handkerchief, lot vintage linens, reclaimed materials, bark cloth, random scraps, antique material
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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  • Favorited by: 53 people