Flowering crochet

I spent the week-end North Iceland and used the opportunity to visit Safnasafnið (the Icelandic Folk and Outsider Art Museum) in Akureyri, Svalbaðarströnd. I want to share with you especially the work of Rósa Sígrún and her crocheted wild Icelandic grasses and flowers.

All are full-scale, crocheted in white yarn, starched and handpainted with water colors and are an absolute delight for the eyes.

It´s also quite amazing to see so many different species in the same square meter!

Can you recognise them?

 

 

7 thoughts on “Flowering crochet

  1. Frances says:

    WOW! I have been a gardener for 30 years and have been crocheting for only three. This is art that makes me happy and calm. So skilful and beautiful.

  2. Kirsten Grønfeldt says:

    Flowering crochet is something knew and enjoyable to me and the colours so so perfect in my wiev.

    Maybe an example in a little bit simple and plain way like the – Afterthought would be a way to start on flowering
    crochet. Thanks so much

  3. Sylvie AUGUSTIN says:

    Quel travail ! Quelle finesse ! Magnifique composition de fleurs, mousses, lichens, waouh ! Bravo à Rósa Sígrún, une artiste à découvrir.

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