Posts tagged with weaving.

eguchikugo:

BLICKS  2013  Eguchi Kugo
April 08 201408·05 pm35 notes

eguchikugo:

BLICKS  2013  Eguchi Kugo

(via textilesystematisms)

March 27 201410·55 pm33 notes

emmawelty:

selected spreads from the new book that catalogues the process of using a natural dye every single day for the month of february. the book will be available on blurb soon!

thesquidulist:

Gorgeous. Do I need to start weaving or something?  I’m in love.
March 26 201408·05 pm8 notes

thesquidulist:

Gorgeous. Do I need to start weaving or something?  I’m in love.

(via roswald)

knitwick:

My first weaving project! I’m attempting to make some handles for my #midatlanticmod tote bag swap. *fingers crossed*
March 20 201409·20 pm7 notes

knitwick:

My first weaving project! I’m attempting to make some handles for my #midatlanticmod tote bag swap. *fingers crossed*

(via deaners)

March 20 201409·00 pm1,645 notes

thevintagethimble:

Ensemble
Fourth quarter 19th century. Romanian. Cotton, wool, silk & metal.

Romanian folk costume has remained relatively unchanged and continues to be worn for festival occasions. The basic model for women consists of an embroidered blouse and skirt, belt, head scarf, and often a vest or jacket. As in many cultures, embroidery is placed at “vulnerable” areas of the body: the neck, cuffs, and hem, but also at the shoulders and sleeves as a symbol of strength. This example of a full festival costume is striking in the variation of blue tones and abundant embroidery. The coordination of the various components is symbolic of the pride and care given to folk traditions in Romanian culture. | THE MET

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weftwarp:

Detail of Mohair Rope Rug by Sam Kasten
March 18 201410·47 pm41 notes

weftwarp:

Detail of Mohair Rope Rug by Sam Kasten

#rug   #rope   #mohair   #weaving