Fire and Ice Flake – 2016

Numbered/Limited Edition drawloom weaving for  2016.  There are only 4 available for 2016.

This piece has been  handwoven on a mechanical drawloom from an original draft developed by the weaver Elizabeth Tritthart.

The frame is 5″x 5″ and the weaving is  3″ x 3″.  The structure is Opphamta.

Image can be  hung on a wall, placed on a desktop, or use the velcro dot to hang on a cubicle wall.

Shipping is via 2nd Day Priority Mail

About Handwovens:
Weaving by hand is a “slowmade” product. There are many hours that go into planning, warping and threading a loom before something is actually woven. Because weavers use high quality materials to make their handwovens pricing may differ from what you would expect in a local store or mall.  A handwoven item will often last 10-15 or more times than an item that has been mass produced. Purchasing handwoven goods helps to preserve the art of handweaving for future generations.

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Winding the bobbins for Fire and Ice Flake.

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One the loom with the Draft on the floor, there were many bobbins in play.

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Detail of the weaving process on the loom.

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The project is being woven, notice the colored pulls that are in use.

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Price: $100.00


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