Israel’s Angela Bahrenholtz likes to work in small bright pieces. Sometimes she uses little sections to build polymer quilts, recently she moved to even smaller micromosaics as in this Autumn pendant.

Her 12″ square all-polymer quilt took second place in the Israeli Polymer Clay Guild’s contest this summer.

Even Angela’s faux tweed cane is made up of little pieces of other polymer scrap. I tried her tweed tutorial and loved the pixelated results.

Knit, crochet, quilt and more – if there’s a fabric technique that can be simulated in polymer, you’ll find it in Angela’s Flickr pages.

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  • reply Christina ,

    Amazingly detailed and beautiful work. Awesome! The photos on flickr of Angela’s other work are well worth checking out.

    • reply suzanne ,

      wow, she is absolutely amazing. her flickr photos are
      a feast for the eyes!

      • reply Sandra Davis ,

        Cynthia! Angela’ s quilt is from another world. thanks for show us all the the time beautiful art.

        • reply Eileen ,

          Angela’s work is amazing and so stunning! I just love that little quilt! I couldn’t believe it was polymer clay when I first saw it! Beautiful work! 🙂

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