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Lace
Crochet
Anarchy show at Post Gallery
Needle and yarn
1.1 mm
DMC Cébélia Cotton size 10
Black
Habu Textiles A-148 1/17.6 Wool Stainless Steel
Green
Habu Textiles A-20/21 1/20 silk stainless steel
622 yards, 28 grams 1 skein = 622.0 yards (568.8m)
Black
Wildfiber in Santa Monica, California
Jade Sapphire Lacey Lamb
Black
The Little Knittery in Los Angeles, California
Notes

I made this for the Anarchy art show at Post Gallery in Los Angeles curated by Annie Buckley, http://www.anniebuckley.com/index.html
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Here is an article she wrote about the show for the Huffington Post: http://www.huffingtonpost.com/annie-buckley/asking-fish-t...

The scenery depicted is inspired by Los Angeles streets lined and decorated with palm trees and the heavy sound of helicopters overhead. Reminding me of the pervasive watchful eye of authority. Creating a textile full of holes makes the idea of what looks weak and fragile may hide strength. It’s a humble form of communication, decorative and fanciful but steeped in a history of fortitude and survival.

Lace
Wool, cotton, thread, silk/stainless steel, wire
(hand crocheted)
24 1/4” w x 23 1/2” h
2010

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Finished
June 2010
July 29 2010
 
About this pattern
Personal pattern (not in Ravelry)
About this yarn
A-20/21 1/20 silk stainless steel
by Habu Textiles
Lace / 2 ply
69% Silk, 31% Metallic
311 yards / 14 grams
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1541 projects, stashed 2064 times
About this yarn
A-148 1/17.6 Wool Stainless Steel
by Habu Textiles
Lace / 2 ply
75% Wool, 25% Metallic
273 yards / 14 grams
katcoyle's star rating
422 projects, stashed 758 times
About this yarn
Lacey Lamb
by Jade Sapphire
Lace / 2 ply
100% Wool
825 yards / 55 grams
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1420 projects, stashed 2084 times
About this yarn
Cébélia Cotton size 10
by DMC
Thread
100% Cotton
284 yards / 50 grams
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1691 projects, stashed 709 times
  • Project created: August 25, 2010
  • Finished: August 25, 2010
  • Updated: October 26, 2010