White bamboo weft (it is handy to have a stock of weaving yarn in quantities suitable for a medium-size shop, because I can grab and try weft ideas with no delay), and kinda zigzag-ish weave pattern. Listed on Etsy: link.
My favourite recipe: Take handwoven, shibori, and acid dyes. Shake well, wrap in plastic and cook thoroughly. Let it cool down, wash, dry, iron and enjoy. And now let me walk you through the steps, on at a time. First, dress the loom with white cottolin warp. Then weave with undyed Seasilk. Cut of the … More Playing with itajime shibori
Mulberry spun silk as both warp and weft; hand-painted, bright and lightweight. The weave pattern has lots of plain weave pieces in it, which gives 325 GSM. This fabric piece is available for purchase in my Etsy shop (link).
With the MacOS update, my monitor decided to change the colour profile, I suspect. How else to explain that pics I took and processed before update now look completely overburnt, yet the pages in Chrome look brighter? I did the recalibration, but my laptop and I are disagreeing on the location of the neutral white … More Wedding Bouquet #12, a piece for a ring sling
Well, not anymore. I got the dyeing / painting / bug in the system recently, and here are the results. This is a large square scarf that I painted with fibre reactive dyes and then, after washing, drew spirals with golden glitter. Will see how it survives the wash, but so far I am happy … More White silk scarves