Friday, November 9, 2012

Tie-Dyed Skull

Amaris Angell of Henderson, NV told us: "This project took me 28 hours of work to complete from drawing, tracing to fabric, stitching, gathering fabric stitches, tying off, dyeing, washing and removing threads. I have made a public album showing all the steps I took to make it HERE."

Haight C says:

We don't often get to see the process of creating artwork, so it was such a treat to see and understand the enormous amount of work that went into creating this awesome work.  Thank you for sharing this with us and for showing off the incredible process you used as well.

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