Emily Barletta’s Abstract Stitches and Sculptural Crochet Stand Up to the Test of Time

Emily Barletta’s Abstract Stitches and Sculptural Crochet Stand Up to the Test of Time

“Her abstract patterns sewn onto paper blur the boundaries between drawing and stitching, while her crochet works are surreal sculptural forms that almost seem like living matter; coral or moss in vibrant reds and pinks.” – Katie Wells of the Fiber Studio

emily barletta

emily barletta

emily barletta

emily barletta

See more of Emily’s stunning work here.

Read Emily’s 2016 interview with Katie Wells here.





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  1. wow, great! how to create it?

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