10
Feb
22

las manzanas se pasean…. de la mesa al comedor…

Designed by Anne-Marie Herrera, punched by Gun-Marie Nalsen 2022

Punch needle

Hand dyed cotton threads on cotton fabric

Framed

4″ x 4″

This is an old children song in Spanish “las manzanas se pasean de la mesa al comedor,

no me piques con cuchillo, picame con tenedor”, it says “The apples stroll from the table

to the dining room, dont cut me with a knife, cut me with a fork”. It was fun to remember it!

This is also Anne-Marie’s design, it came out good I think!


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