Flower power made from stocking

comments (6) September 6th, 2008 in gallery     

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I was think what to do with my old stocking? so I did some reserch and I lerned that Japanese makes beautiful flower from stocking, so I ask a friend who live in Japan to send me some books. I do not speak japanese but i was able to folow the pictures and in time I created my own desing of flower. I make from used or new stocking. I by stocking from any where specialy girls stocking, because i have more colorful stocking to choose from.

It's beatiful and i should win because is my passion, i took while to do well because I lerned all by myself doing reserch on the internet and trying to figure out how to do looking at the japanese book.

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Comments (6)

khandulaq writes: hello to the all can u plz print me new sheer book and mail to me on [email protected] reply soon

Posted: 9:52 am on January 20th
khandulaq writes: hello i m a new bie here gr8 art im working on it EMmacrame can u plz mail me the content of japanese book coz not available in my homeland can u do me this favour waiting for ur reply thanks and tata

Posted: 9:50 am on January 20th
dublinjade writes: I just find a book "The Art of Handmade Flowers" (English version) from www.newsheer.com, there are 70 nylon flower instructions, I also bought some supplies from there, they are pretty cheap.

Posted: 10:14 pm on July 15th
Shilpa writes: The flowers are very pretty and I fell in love with them specially the white ones... Can you share the books name so I will be able to grab 'em and do my part... My email id is [email protected] thats a job well done and deserves applause...
Posted: 9:14 pm on March 5th
ptrim2re1 writes: please tell me how i can obtain the directions to making the stocking flowers? and other things in the gallery ty
Posted: 1:53 am on February 8th
eveh writes: They are beautiful aren't they? We did these back in the sixties. I never knew they were Japanese inspired. I thought they were just the typical Hippie type flowers.
Posted: 3:36 pm on October 1st
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