Each knit sculpture uses a variety of fibers, colors, and stitches to describe each organ of a real plant. Many include other materials which support or oppose the yarn form to enrich and deepen the flower’s character.
Providence, Rhode Island
The Knit Garden: a Collection of Anatomically Correct Plants.
Using live plants, botanical drawing and plant textbooks as information, these knit objects depict real and recognizable floral forms. The process of knitting, stitch by stitch, mimics the growth of an actual plant, cell by cell.
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