As if I was a collector, I track down mended fabric, from back then to our days. Originally, it was my love of the material, which becomes fascinating as soon as one looks at it closely, or even very closely. Used fibers appear next to those that replace them, sometimes thread by thread, with the aim of mending the fabric in a discrete and efficient way.
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