These Wooden Casey Von Esteban Creations are Delicately Hand-Stitched

By: Jessica Marren - Published: Jun 15, 2013 • References: caseyvonesteban
Casey Von Estenban was inspired by her love for needle point to create these wooden stitched maps. These hand made creations are accurate depictions of cities around the word. Casey hand stitches each map herself using natural and colorful yarn. If you like to use maps as a way to decorate your walls, these yarn stitched maps are an interesting and textured way to use navigation as art.

The combination between delicately fine yarns and rustic pieces of wood makes these wall art creations eye-catching additions to any interior. Each city street is indicated by an embroidered stitch and where applicable subways systems are shown in a different color. If you like one-of-a-kind art and handmade pieces check out these wooden hand-stitched maps. Stats for Stitched Wooden Maps Trending: Older & Chilly
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