I don't really miss you -- artwork by Lindsay Bottos as sewing inspiration

Most of our sewing projects are practical and fun, everyday things we find that we need and discover we can make ourselves! We love the practicality of our skills in sewing, and how useful that skill can be when you’re in a bind or in need of something original in your wardrobe. No matter how “day-to-day” your sewing is, however, we love to find inspiration for all types of projects from artists doing great things with fibers and craft. We are excited to share with you the amazing Lindsay Bottos, who incorporates hand sewing and fabric in her artwork.

I don't really miss you -- artwork by Lindsay Bottos as sewing inspiration I don't really miss you -- artwork by Lindsay Bottos as sewing inspiration I don't really miss you -- artwork by Lindsay Bottos as sewing inspiration I don't really miss you -- artwork by Lindsay Bottos as sewing inspiration

Lindsay is a 20 year old photography student and fiber artist, whose works in the collection “i don’t really miss you” incorporate her photography and skills as a fiber artist. Meticulously embroidered details give a nostalgic feel to the photos displayed in embroidery hoops, a wonderful mixing of media. Have you ever employed your sewing skills into a piece of artwork?

See more work from Lindsay Bottos here.

 

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