Cotton Monster - Jennifer Strunge

Cotton Monster - Jennifer Strunge

It is an amazing way to turn recycled scarps of fabric into works of art. I specially like how they all seem to be related although they are each unique.

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  • Yet another pretty thing.

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  • Not only is it a green product, it has a great, classic design with clean lines. This, like, the perfect side table.

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