Automotive cross-stitch embroidery
Lithuanian artist Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene incorporates delicate, cross-stitched floral patterns into common household objects like plates, lamps and (unexpectedly) car doors, which are particularly impressive. The effect is especially awe-mazing in the close-up photos.
Long time readers of SUNfiltered must be convinced that I’m actually an 80-year-old grandmother blogging from her local knitting club due to my apparent obsession with knit-based design and art. I’ve previously posted about cross-stitched Vogue covers, a yarn-bombed Rocky statue and subway seats and serial street knitter Olek. In addition to my PBS obsession (Charlie Rose is my idol), I can’t help that I share the same interests as my elders! While we’re on the topic, I want to squeeze in this one last item that I meant to share this winter: someone knitted cute little sweaters for these cold trees on a Brooklyn street.
Need more of the knit? Check out knitted BMW engine from our new blogger Blair Pfander.