This piece was made with machine felting, hand embroidery and beading, free motion quilting, three dimensional fish and a nod and a wink to Dr. Seuss. You see, there are two fish, each about 4 inches long and heavily beaded. One fish is red, the other blue.
Threadworks is a juried exhibition of needle arts, and the theme of this year's show is "Water".
The show runs from April 20 to June 9 at the Wellington County Museum and Archives in Fergus, ON and then will spend the next three years traveling to museums and galleries across Ontario.
Threadworks is a special project of Ontario Network of Needleworkers' in association with Wellington County Museum and Archives.