If cross-stitch embroidery were music, what would it sound like? Zsanett Szirmay, a student at the Design Institute of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest, has the answer for you – @AceTweetNews

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If cross-stitch embroidery were music, what would it sound like? Zsanett Szirmay, a student at the Design Institute of Moholy-Nagy University of Art and Design, Budapest, has the answer for you.

For her Soundweaving experiments, she has transferred folk embroidery patterns on to strips for a punched card box, which plays the traditional motifs as sounds — and the result is nothing less than music to the ears.

Hungarian artist Zsanett Szirmay transforms cross-stitch patterns into melodies — an art project that stimulates more senses than one. (psfk.com)

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