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Circulatory Stitches Embroidery by Carla Madriga
I love seeing creative embroidery and Carla Madriga’s chosen subject of a human heart is really interesting. I like how she used a biological and almost gory subject (see the blood spurting out) and made it, for lack of a better word, pretty. 

Circulatory Stitches Embroidery by Carla Madriga


I love seeing creative embroidery and Carla Madriga’s chosen subject of a human heart is really interesting. I like how she used a biological and almost gory subject (see the blood spurting out) and made it, for lack of a better word, pretty. 

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Nina J. Atienza
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Ateneo de Manila University

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