Rag weaving. Weef je eige sjaal (2 daagse workshop).
Een 2 daagse weef workshop incl. materiaal en lunch. Ervaring met het weven op een hevelrietweefgetouw is niet noodzakelijk. Na afloop ga je met je eigen gweven sjaal naar huis. Ontwerp en weef je eigen sjaal met een hevelrietweefgetouw (rigid heddle loom
Sakiori obi, Japan. Made from old cotton fabric, this example has bands of brick red and aqua with some orange bands mixed in at the ends. One end has a more subtle ...
Loop of the Loom- Saori Weaving Collaboration
Brandy Godsil is raising funds for Loop of the Loom- Saori Weaving Collaboration on Kickstarter! A collaboration event between Saori weavers with autism in Japan and local designers in NYC!
Vintage Sakiori Rag Weave Obi — Orime
This is a lovely, colorful antique sakiori obi or casual sash for kimono. Sakiori is a traditional Japanese rag weaving technique which uses narrow strips of shredded cloth, typically salvaged from old kimono, as its weft. This technique was widespread at one time—born in an era when cloth was
Skinny Woven Sakiori Scarf
Sakiori is a traditional Japanese weaving that translates as: left-over-woven. Our product is a contemporary twist on this tradition, we use thin strips of antique and contemporary japanenes silks for both the warp and the weft. Hand cut, pieced and woven in Kansas City, Missouri, USA * they look very much like the hand woven pot-holders we made as kids, but with fancy silk fabrics! Each one is hand made with love and care thru over 6 hours each in construction time, you will have strangers…