Looks like we have another craft to learn, Nanduti lace. The name means â€œspider webâ€ in the indigenous language of Paraguay.Â The lace is worked on tightly stretched frame and are released by cutting away the backing fabric.Â The samples shown above are the work of Japanese Nanduti artist, Eriko Watabe. She sells elegant accessories under her brand name Puka.
The artist can be followed on Facebook and Instagram.Â She also has a shop here on Japanese Base shop select market.
Images: Courtesy of Eriko Watabe.
These incredible lace art with wood are the works of Hungarian textile artist, Ãgnes Herczeg, who captures female figures in moments of contemplation or work. The artist studied textile conservation at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts and has extensively studied the craft of embroidery and lace-making. Currently she is focused on wall sculptures to be utilized in classical and modern interior design.
You can view her work and purchase a few of her designs here on her website.
Images: Courtesy of Ãgnes Herczeg.