Susanna Lewis OZ Socks – Inspired By The Wizard of Oz, Circa 1978

A fantastic combo of crochet with loom knitting and applique work, Susanna Lewis created these thigh-high masterpieces for The American Craft Museum.

Susanna Lewis OZ Socks - Inspired By The Wizard of Oz, Circa 1978

Susanna Lewis Oz Socks, 1978 – Wool, cotton, rayon, nylon, and linen yarns, satin, beads, plastic heels. Loom knitted, appliqued, crocheted

These are CRAZY cool. Read more about the little-known Susanna Lewis via Kathryn Vercillo of Crochet Concupiscence

Photograph originally hared by autumn.trillium.


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    Made me smile… A lot



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