These clever Twitter needlepoint projects are the handiwork of Julie Zidel of TweetStitch. She turns individual tweets (primarily from famous folks) into crafted pieces of art that can be framed on your wall.
We've seen a number of innovations that turn the traditional craft of cross-stitch into something subversive, funny and even crass. Check out these cheeky stitched tweets from Julie Zidel of TweetStitch above.
Implications - The importance of social media is growing every day. As a result, products that are inspired by or parody familiar social media outlets are seeing a great deal of consumer interest. Artwork, infographics or even clothing that shows familiar social media templates like the Facebook 'Like' button or the Twitter text box are popular consumer choices on account of their relatability to a broad range of people who use these tools.
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Famous Face Handicrafts
24 Nifty Needlepoint Creations
21 Sewtastic Notions