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【钩织の手提包】- #图解#

【钩织の手提包】- #图解#

100+ Crochet Stitch Symbols

100+ Crochet Stitch Symbols

902 Likes, 15 Comments - anne m bentley (@annembentley) on Instagram: “Spring! #spring #dsflowers #printandpattern #floragrubb #homedecor #midcentury #textiledesign…”

902 Likes, 15 Comments - anne m bentley (@annembentley) on Instagram: “Spring! #spring #dsflowers #printandpattern #floragrubb #homedecor #midcentury #textiledesign…”

Crochet Fish Patch - Chart ❥ 4U hilariafina http://www.pinterest.com/hilariafina/

Crochet Fish Patch - Chart ❥ 4U hilariafina http://www.pinterest.com/hilariafina/

Bag Designer: Emilio Pucci 1914-1992 Medium: Printed cotton velveteen and gold tone metal Date: c.1969

Bag Designer: Emilio Pucci 1914-1992 Medium: Printed cotton velveteen and gold tone metal Date: c.1969

1960s Emilio Pucci Framed Velveteen Purse in Bold Pattern | From a collection of rare vintage handbags and purses at https://www.1stdibs.com/fashion/accessories/handbags-purses/

1960s Emilio Pucci Framed Velveteen Purse in Bold Pattern | From a collection of rare vintage handbags and purses at https://www.1stdibs.com/fashion/accessories/handbags-purses/

Pucci Velveteen Small Box Bag, 1960s. Casket shape, with rigid flat gilt-metal handle, suitcase lock, printed with curvilinear pattern in shades of orange, black, putty and camel, labeled: Emilio Pucci.

Pucci Velveteen Small Box Bag, 1960s. Casket shape, with rigid flat gilt-metal handle, suitcase lock, printed with curvilinear pattern in shades of orange, black, putty and camel, labeled: Emilio Pucci.

12.02.17: je le commence en kaki. En rouge, ça aurait été trop facile... Et après en fil de chanvre !

12.02.17: je le commence en kaki. En rouge, ça aurait été trop facile... Et après en fil de chanvre !

We’ve featured her work before on our old blog but we feel her beautiful work is worth a revisit. Artisan Akiko Iwamoto learned textile dyed silk weaving at the Muse…

We’ve featured her work before on our old blog but we feel her beautiful work is worth a revisit. Artisan Akiko Iwamoto learned textile dyed silk weaving at the Muse…

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