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Fiber-Covered Tree Debuts in Alabama

comments (9) May 1st, 2009     

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Jennifer Marshs tree blooms with knit, crochet, quilted, and crafted leaves from all over the world.

Jennifer Marsh's tree blooms with knit, crochet, quilted, and crafted leaves from all over the world.

Photo: International Fiber Collective

I'm not sure if any of you crafted leaves for Jennifer Marsh's "Interdependence" tree project, but she just updated her website with photos of the installation and completed tree, which debuted at the Panoply Festival in Huntsville, AL. In all, more than 7,000 leaves were used, which were sent from 39 states and 23 countries. You can check out photos of some of the individual leaves right here. The tree was constructed around a metal frame, and it will permanently reside at the EarlyWorks Children's Museum in Hunstville. Pretty crafty!

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Comments (9)

Mreshyfole writes: It's Great surprise for children on Christmas day
Posted: 12:55 am on October 13th
ammyclark writes: Beautiful environment
Posted: 11:16 pm on October 9th
AnthanyHarley writes: Impressive dude
Posted: 11:38 pm on October 2nd
Konzaleather writes: Wow, it looks really colorful!!
Posted: 2:15 am on September 28th
SakarnBhat writes: marvellous
Posted: 1:28 am on February 27th
nasrilee writes: really nice
Posted: 8:25 am on October 7th
LindaLW666 writes: what a beautiful sight! lots of work, but a great idea!
Posted: 9:05 pm on March 10th
Maureclaire writes: Wow ! Amazing !
Posted: 4:23 pm on July 9th
Poppins52 writes: This is an awesome sight to see. I live in Madison, Alabama and I got to see this last weekend at Panoply. Pictures don't do it justice.
Posted: 12:55 pm on May 2nd
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