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Embroidery Artist Makes Her Designs ‘Float’ In Mid-Air By Using Tulle
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Embroidery Artist Makes Her Designs ‘Float’ In Mid-Air By Using Tulle

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The embroidery art is a delicate art at the best of times, needing great accuracy and patience as well as a steady hand and eye for detail.

The Russian artist known as Krista Decor takes this beautiful art to the next level by choosing to stitch her intricate designs on to a delicate fabric called tulle. Tulle fabric is a lightweight netting that is so fine it has an almost transparent look, one that makes embroidery stitches appear like it is suspended in mid-air.

Krista’s technique of haute couture embroidery ideas was forged during an internship at V. Yudashkin, a fashion-house in Russia, and is inspired by nature. “Most of all in work with embroidery I like a floral and animalistic ornament. Simply put, this is the world of nature of flowers and animals.” She writes. “When creating the decor, I use flat and voluminous embroidery which requires such materials as woolen yarn and cotton thread, beads, pearls, natural stones, gimp, embroidery with straw and silk ribbon. When combining these materials, new unique artwork is born.”

Krista has an active Instagram page with all her new designs, including work in progress and some videos.

We think the designs done on an embroidery hoop look incredible. What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

(h/t: My Modern Met)

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James is a Bored Panda reporter who graduated with a BA in Peace And Conflict Studies and an MA in African Affairs. Before Bored Panda, he was an English teacher and also travelled a lot, doing odd jobs from beer-slinging to brickie's labourer and freelance journalism along the way. James loves covering stories about social and environmental issues and prefers to highlight the positive things that unite us, rather than petty internet squabbles about fictional characters. James is the grumpy, contradictory one who thinks that Bored Panda, due to its large audience, has a social responsibility to inspire and inform its readers with interesting issues and entertaining, well-researched stories. Let's do our bit to make our little corner of the internet a smarter, more truthful and less angry place!

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