This post is more on that narrative that I love seeing in sewn arts. Scenes played out, something communicated about a setting or state of mind, where the medium and the subject merge in some delightful manner that creates a sense of story, plot, or conflict and resolution. I hope you enjoy them!
|Aya Kakeda via Pichaus|
|Veronica Fuentes, of Whimsiology|
|Source: Whimsiology. Check out Jillian's Emma cover too!|