Ruyak, Jacqueline
March 2007
Ornament;2007, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p68
The article features Silvia Fedorova, noted Slovak designer and fiber artist, who has been gaining international attention for her original accessories of bobbin lace, a technique of plaiting threads or yarns which are weighted with bobbins. In 2001, she started using shredded plastic bags and copper electrical wire with that technique. Fedorova, who studied tapestry weaving at the Academies of Applied Arts in Prague and Vienna, started her career as a weaver.


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