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Haiku, Anni Albers, 1961. White, gray and black woven textile. In Concerning the Spiritual in Art, Kandinsky writes, "White…has this harmony of silence, which works upon us negatively, like many pauses in music that break temporarily the melody. It is not a dead silence, but one pregnant with possibilities. White has the appeal of the nothingness that is before birth, of the world in the ice age" (Kandinsky, 39).

it's a woven representation of a written poem . something for Curtis in our bau-house. perfect to hang in a hallway or space between windows.

makkelijk om te doen doordat deze wol erg dik is. er is niet echt fijne motoriek voor nodig dus geschikt voor veel doelgroepen

Weaving Techniques

For those who are curious about weaving with wool roving, but haven't tried it just yet, this post is for you. Wool roving is a beautiful way to add texture and

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Undulating Rose Path

This draft comes from Margaret Windeknecht's exploration of the Rosepath motif in weaving. It's a design she calls "undulating rosepath" -- just one of several undulating forms presented in her book "The Rosepath Motif".

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