This summer at Anthropologie, we were caught amid a summer field of flowers. A photographed rolling landscape of pink lupins morphs into a dimensional impressionist painting as the lupins are deconstructed into soft yarn paint "strokes" of pinks.
Inspired by my love of textile and fiber arts, the "strokes" are comprised of hand dyed lengths of wool yarn, nylon paracord, cotton twine, twill tape, etc tied in lark's head knots around a dyed wooden dowel that protrudes out from the painting at varying depths.
This window by far challenged me the most in terms of budget and execution. To minimize any excess materials, diagrams enabled me to calculate near exact amounts of lumber, canvas, cotton twine, twill tape, and undyed wool yarn.