Eccentric and Eco-Marvelous Fiber Millefiori Accessories

By: Katie Cordrey - Published: Feb 7, 2009 • References: rengaarts
Meg Hannan’s vivid, intricately detailed fiber millefiori slices are durable gems used in lively lightweight earrings, pins and pendants. She uses a variety of fabrics, including recycled fabrics embellished with luscious beadwork that adds motion and textural depth. The sliced fabric is almost weightless, so wearing the artwork is a pleasure!

The Seattle-based artist began producing her fiber millefiori in 1985. Her use of hand dyed fabrics and cords gives the her work with a lively glow. Individual pieces are slightly different from one another, making each item a unique work of art. Stats for Quirky Recycled Fabric Jewelry Trending: Older & Average
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