Rebecca Mezoff, Tapestry Artist: Kaneko: The tapestry of ATB10; Sarah Warren, October Rain

Rebecca Mezoff, Tapestry Artist: Kaneko: The tapestry of Sarah Warren, October Rain Más

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Interlock-Step-tapestry weaving This is the step I didn't do the first time!

You can use this technique in order to emphasize the contour of the object. To do it you have to entwine two warp threads (front and back) with the working thread. To make a contour we usually use thicker threads.

use this technique in order to emphasize the contour of the object. To do it you have to entwine two warp threads (front and back) with the working thread. To make a contour we usually use thicker threads.

Genevieve Griffiths weaves abstract wall hangings inspired by architectural…

Genevieve Griffiths Weaves Fantastical Cities

Genevieve Griffiths weaves abstract wall hangings inspired by architectural structures. Her pieces resemble the maps of fantastical cities far away.

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one day, woven

Weaving techniques that might be helpful (not for card weaving but for weaving where the warp threads are spaced further apart. This board is very useful for details about weaving. (For stories about Peruvian children and adults weaving

controlling weft tension in tapestry weaving--excellent tutorial with video

Rebecca Mezoff, Tapestry Artist: Weft tension: how to control the amount of weft used in tapestry weaving. This is an example of a section of warps coming together drastically. More weft is needed to correct this (or prevent it!

Basic tapestry techniques with few exceptions apply generally to all styles of tapestry weaving whether working on high warp or low, weaving from the back ...

American Tapestry Alliance site - Slit sewing techniques by Susan Maffei

http://chrissiefreeth.wix.com/weaver   UK

Chrissie Freeth - woven on a traditional upright loom. "My work is usually large scale and take months to weave. I use hand-dyed wool and a palette heavily influenced by the muted colours of the Yorkshire landscape.

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