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weaving in the window

I  spent a week at Anteros Arts,weaving in the window and watching the world go by… a pure wool charcoal warp was the perfect place for wisps of silk, slubs of sky blue and wonderful woad wooltop. on my four shaft saori loom i played between point and straight twills, tiny bands of well behaved pattern […]

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New work ‘Saori’ is a style of weave, originating in Japan, that encourages free expression improvisation being ‘in the moment ‘ with no predesigned pattern or plan… a natural ecru, pure wool warp the piece emerges spontaneously I reach instinctively for colours and threads hand spun dyed with Norfolk Woad or natural shades from Herdwick […]

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