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 Interspinning is based on the natural world and the conversation between man, craft and time. I documented and collected Stonemoss lichen from around my home Þurá in Iceland

Interspinning is based on the natural world and the conversation between man, craft and time. I documented and collected Stonemoss lichen from around my home Þurá in Iceland

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 These fragile plants, which take years to grow, are the projects key inspiration. They have been used as natural dyes for centuries, there are many folk stories about their healing and preservation powers and they can be used for documentation in geology.

These fragile plants, which take years to grow, are the projects key inspiration. They have been used as natural dyes for centuries, there are many folk stories about their healing and preservation powers and they can be used for documentation in geology.

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 The knit and embroidery was developed as a response to my grandmother's textile collection. She is blind but recognised each textile by touch, emphasising the evocative relationship between material, people and place

The knit and embroidery was developed as a response to my grandmother's textile collection. She is blind but recognised each textile by touch, emphasising the evocative relationship between material, people and place

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 Interspinning is based on the natural world and the conversation between man, craft and time. I documented and collected Stonemoss lichen from around my home Þurá in Iceland
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 These fragile plants, which take years to grow, are the projects key inspiration. They have been used as natural dyes for centuries, there are many folk stories about their healing and preservation powers and they can be used for documentation in geology.
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 The knit and embroidery was developed as a response to my grandmother's textile collection. She is blind but recognised each textile by touch, emphasising the evocative relationship between material, people and place

Interspinning is based on the natural world and the conversation between man, craft and time. I documented and collected Stonemoss lichen from around my home Þurá in Iceland

These fragile plants, which take years to grow, are the projects key inspiration. They have been used as natural dyes for centuries, there are many folk stories about their healing and preservation powers and they can be used for documentation in geology.

The knit and embroidery was developed as a response to my grandmother's textile collection. She is blind but recognised each textile by touch, emphasising the evocative relationship between material, people and place

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