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As a child growing up in East Tennessee, I thought nothing more lovely than bouquets of the wildflower, "Queen Anne's Lace."

Here is my representation of the plant, sewn in forest green cotton thread onto upcycled linen (hand stitched - free form) and attached to a section of reclaimed cedar fencing.

I have finished the piece with strips of striped forest green cloth, a coffee based stain, and a rusty wire for hanging.

Lightweight, a perfect gift for any nature lover, and made of mostly recycled materials found in East Tennessee. I also love how the vertical position allows for squeezing into small areas on wall collages.

Hanging is: 2 3/4 inches long, 9 and 3/4 inches high (total drop with wire is approx. 11 and 3/4 inches)

And…as always…look for our “Corn Cob” burned onto the back of your original piece. Much obliged that you stopped by Corn Cob Cove.

God Bless!

PRIMITIVE Wall Hanging on RECLAIMED Wood: Queen Anne's Lace

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cedar, reclaimed wood, recycled cloth, rusty wire, coffee stain
  • Feedback: 60 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Tennessee, United States.
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