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Inge Jacobsen, Photographer/Artist, Creates Amazing Needlepoint Fashion Magazine Covers (PHOTOS)

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Whoever said needlepoint wasn't a cool craft has never seen the work of photographer and artist Inge Jacobsen.

Jacobsen cross-stitches fashion magazine covers to near perfection with her skills. According to the Fashion Spot, Jacobsen learned how to embroider from her grandmother when she was young. "I have stuck with it because I feel thread still has a lot more to offer me and it has also become my signature style," she told the blog.

Naturally, our favorite is her creation of Beyonce's 2011 Dazed cover. Can you really think of anything better than Queen Bey and DIY? Click through our slideshow to see her amazing work and be sure to head over to Jacobsen's website for more information. H/T BuzzFeed.

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