From the Metamorphosis Serie : “Living in a bubble”.
Handwoven wall art made with wool and plastic. More about the creative process can be found here. On my Instagram account you can find more intriguing handwoven art.
From the Metamorphosis serie : “Passementerie”.
This handwoven wall art is made with products which I found in house. I used old buttons, rubber wires, cables, cotton sticks, hygienic napkins and chips bags. More about the creative process can be found here. On my Instagram account you can find more intriguing handwoven art. I like to thank Robyn Spady for her booklet on Passementerie.
I love double weaving. Double weave means you can weave on 1 warp separate layers, or combine the layers.“16-shaft double weaving” verder lezen
Pillow covers with strips of bedlinnen was something I wanted to try. I was not scared that it was difficult to weave, it was more that it would look like rubbish and that was something I certainly didn’t want.“Pillow covers with strips of bedlinnen” verder lezen
Weaving with strips of old sheets is a good way to re-use old curtains, bedsheets or old table linens.
Rip some old sheets in long ribbons and weave with them. You can leave the ends hanging on both sides as a design feature, or you can weave them in. It’s fun doing, weaving goes very fast en the result is amazing. Turn your old sheets or curtains into a new piece of fabric by weaving with strips. Make place mats, table runners, rugs, potholders or even cushion covers with your old sheets or curtains. I combined bed sheets with grey cotton cord and regular cotton yarn. You have to warp your loom with a slightly wider sett. I threaded my loom for a Monks Belt technique.