[HNW] vines/Welsh needlework

Sue Clemenger mooncat at in-tch.com
Sun Mar 23 13:33:52 PST 2003


Vines with critters or people "living" in the vines--entwined in them,
working in them, perched on them, that sort of thing.  As opposed to a
vine design that contains only botanical elements.
--sue

Dorothy & Lou wrote:
>
> Ipsley1 at aol.com wrote:
>
> > is an inhabited vine, which would be appropriate for the >time--inhabited vines were being done in England at the time as well.
> >(snip)> you're seeing the inhabited vine carvings reused from the old >Roman temples.
>
> OK I'll ask. What are inhabited vines?
> Dorothy



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