Tapestry size images printed on 100% Organic Cotton Sateen, Polyester Crepe de Chine or Silky Faille with vivid, durable, waterbased inks. Image size 34" x 38.5" (86cm x 97cm).
Printed on 1 yard of fabric (91cm x 132cm). Hemmed, with interior channel for a hanging rod. © Visualmyth Fabric-PB.
The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks were completed in 1917 by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Making the Cut is a group of organizations, institutions, and individuals working to commemorate the Centennial of the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks.
In celebration of this engineering wonder, Visualmyth Fabric presents "Washing Barnacles".
Our goal is to raise funds for Facing Homelessness. "A grassroots movement of kindness".
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"Skipper Per Odegaard tells the story of an amazing wooden boat named Vansee, which has been fishing for halibut in Alaska for over a hundred years and is still going strong." The Chittenden Locks in action.