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Did you know that it´s possible to cultivate plants without soil? These innovative techniques are hydroponics and aeroponics.  Hydroponics c...

Did you know that it´s possible to cultivate plants without soil? These innovative techniques are hydroponics and aeroponics. Hydroponics c...

Quickly and easily create a Jungle inspired design in your home with our Rainforest Phildendron 1 Stencil!

Quickly and easily create a Jungle inspired design in your home with our Rainforest Phildendron 1 Stencil!

Carrot Ginger Salad Dressing Pin from The Tomato Tart @thetomatotart http://www.thetomatotart.com

Carrot Ginger Salad Dressing Pin from The Tomato Tart @thetomatotart http://www.thetomatotart.com

The Teahouse, Oregon, tiny house, (236 sq ft). Designed and converted from an old shed by architect, Pietro Belluschi in 1947, restored 2011 by Antony Belluschi.

The Teahouse, Oregon, tiny house, (236 sq ft). Designed and converted from an old shed by architect, Pietro Belluschi in 1947, restored 2011 by Antony Belluschi.

Bogolanfini - Mud Cloth tafé (wrapper)(#mc-1) Nakunte Diarra - Bamana people, Beledougou area, Mali, 2003 cotton.

Bogolanfini - Mud Cloth tafé (wrapper)(#mc-1) Nakunte Diarra - Bamana people, Beledougou area, Mali, 2003 cotton.

IKEA Hack – DIY Utensilo mit Lattenrost SULTAN LADE

IKEA Hack – DIY Utensilo mit Lattenrost SULTAN LADE

Lenore Tawney, the 20th century pioneer in weaving, died in New York City on September 28, 2007 at age 100. One of the first artists to use fiber as her medium, her innovative use of scale and weaving techniques bridged the gap between craft and art. Although Lenore Tawney was not as recognized as other fiber artists such as Sheila Hicks, her sculptural works have been collected by major museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. The New…

Lenore Tawney, the 20th century pioneer in weaving, died in New York City on September 28, 2007 at age 100. One of the first artists to use fiber as her medium, her innovative use of scale and weaving techniques bridged the gap between craft and art. Although Lenore Tawney was not as recognized as other fiber artists such as Sheila Hicks, her sculptural works have been collected by major museums such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. The New…

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African Kuba cloth

African Kuba cloth

Cat bonnet/hood sewing pattern

Cat bonnet/hood sewing pattern