Silk Fusion Vessels
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Silk Fusion Vessels are made by bonding loose silk fibers 
(and other fibers too!) together with a special varnish to form a fabric that holds its shape when draped over a vase to dry. 

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A "bird's eye view" of five Silk Fusion Vessels.
These images are copyright protected by Debbie Jones  ©2017, 
all rights reserved. Please do not use these images in any way without Debbie's written permission.                              
Silk Fusion Vessel, the one on the left, 
with lights inside
Silk Fusion Vessel,
in shades of teal and brown
Silk Fusion Vessel, floral design
 Inside the Silk Fusion Vessel, the one shown above,
with lights inside
Silk Fusion Vessel,
in shades of blue with tiny stars
Silk Fusion Vessel, the one on the left, with lights inside
 Overhead view of the Silk Fusion Vessel shown above

Silk Fusion Vessel, the one on the left, with a light inside
Silk Fusion Vessel, 
in shades of gold, green and red
Silk Fusion Vessel, 
in shades of orange and pink
Silk Fusion Vessel, the one on the left, 
with lights inside
Silk Fusion Vessel, the one on the left, 
with lights inside
Silk Fusion Vessel, in shades of purple and pink,
fused to a purple glass vase
Silk Fusion Vessel, in shades of purple, green and turquoise, fused to a clear glass vase