Megan Whitmarsh Brings Embroidered Fantasy to Life

By: Shelby Lee Walsh - Published: Jun 30, 2009   Updated: Jun 1 2011 • References: meganwhitmarsh & notcot
Megan Whitmarsh's embroidered art makes your grandma's embroidery look amateur. Her fantasy art shows little Yetis and people with a cute use of color-popping detail.

The undeniably charming pictures above were seen over at the Synchronicity at CAboom. If you are down with geometric patterns, neon, mini artworks and grandma-styled mediums, you definitely need to check out more of Megan Whitmarsh's embroidered art!

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