Lenore Tawney at work / 1961. Photo: Ferdinand Boesch. For more fiber art content, join the FiberArtNow.net tribe.

American fiber artist Lenore Tawney in her South Street studio, NYC, working on 'Vespers' Photo: Ferdinand Boesch

A FiberArtisan's Weaving Path: Eccentricity

A FiberArtisan's Weaving Path: Eccentricity. Is that needle weaving for effect?

The length of wool warp I had on the table loom came off last night. It took me about two hours (while watching PBS) to thread of the loose ends in, a few lessons learned there. I can spot some...

The length of wool warp I had on the table loom came off last night. It took me about two hours (while watching PBS) to thread of the loose ends in, a few lessons learned there.

hiroko takeda

Hiroko Takeda: Hiroko was the senior designer at Jack Lenor Larson Studio and Custom Designer for Kawashima Textiles in Tokyo before setting out on her own.

Narrow Gauge Blanket by Eleanor Pritchard - inspired by train tracks and the repeat patterns of rails and sleepers.

Narrow Gauge Blanket by Eleanor Pritchard - inspired by train tracks and the repeat patterns of rails and sleepers.

BIOMIMICRY-Termites Nest by Olivia Burrows, via Behance

Olivia Burrows - A Project that explores 3 naturally made structures, and how these structures inspire design.

BIOMIMICRY-Termites Nest on Behance

Olivia Burrows - A Project that explores 3 naturally made structures, and how these structures inspire design.

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