begone holes

A friend’s beloved thrift shop find was munched by moths. I mended the holes, then covered them with Japanese Banku thread. For the bottom squiggle I was able to needle-felt the thread into place, but it would not stay attached for the top two…so I couched all of them.

(Apologies for the image quality – it was a gray day and getting late. And the top is actually an olivey green, just paler than the thread.)

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About pisstkitty

Graphic designer by day, collage artist and crafter whenever possible, pisstkitty all the time.
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8 Responses to begone holes

  1. MissPissWetty says:

    Kann mich nur anschließen: Super hübsch! Und tolle Idee!

  2. MissPissWetty says:

    Eileen Fisher should pay you for it!

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