Six metres completed
Finally, I’ve completed my hand-dyed tencel cloth which has been a slow adventure through Lord Howe Island, seaweed thinking and lots of blended bobbins. As the colour of the warp changed as I wove, it also tended to change my idea of what looked good in it too. So every blend reflects something new which I really like.
I’ve had many texts and emails from customers sharing their weave ideas and progress and they are so very positive and happy about how they are weaving and designing on the fly. I guess they wouldn’t text me with a bad or even benign story though!
This cloth looks amazing draped on a wall as an installation piece and as it so mirrors my experience in Lord Howe I’ll probably do that or maybe not. Still undecided and just enjoying looking at it.