KOEL Stories

Crafts Envy: Faraway Lands

KOEL Stories
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From intricate patterns ranging from Aztec to Ikat and tapestries with fierce hues, indigenous groups has preserved the craft of fibre art since ages ago. We have noticed many yarns crafters drawing inspiration from native communities and injecting a modern twist into their craft with the use of primal shapes, earthy colors and ethnic embellishments. Open your eyes to 9 fibre arts inspired by these faraway lands!

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No. 1: Woven tapestries by Two Hands Textile Studio

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No. 2: Woven tapestry by Sarah Neubert

No. 3: Abandonment weave by The Winter Phoenix

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No. 4: Macrame Wall Hanging by Studio Nom

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No. 5: Woven tapestries by Native Line

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No. 6: Woven necklaces by Lesh Loom

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No. 7: Woven rug by Tribe + True

No. 8: Macramé wall art by NomaMacrame

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No. 9: Wayuu Cushion Pattern by Monique Dijkman