Laverne Zabielski, wearing a dress she made herself, hung a piece of fabric she had dyed using the shibori technique on the porch of her home near Monticello last week. Also a writer, she creates "wearable art" — garments that are hand-crafted using specialty dying techniques.
Laverne Zabielski, wearing a dress she made herself, hung a piece of fabric she had dyed using the shibori technique on the porch of her home near Monticello last week. Also a writer, she creates "wearable art" — garments that are hand-crafted using specialty dying techniques. Herald-Leader
Laverne Zabielski, wearing a dress she made herself, hung a piece of fabric she had dyed using the shibori technique on the porch of her home near Monticello last week. Also a writer, she creates "wearable art" — garments that are hand-crafted using specialty dying techniques. Herald-Leader

Uncommonwealth: Wayne County artist creates wearable art in her home

July 14, 2013 11:56 PM

UPDATED July 15, 2013 12:10 PM

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