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Utilizing basic plain weave and counting stitches, linear and geometric forms were created. I find the process and results akin to nature. Whether looking at a snowflake or at wildflowers blanketing a prairie, there is always a congruent form or pattern. Today, our natural environment and conservation are inseparable topics. The mixed materials used in this piece, from fine wool to common raffia, challenge the notions of value. “Use once and toss” is sadly too familiar. An item has worth when we choose to hold onto it and use it responsibly.