Wall panels a memento of Japan
With love from saorinomori Tokyo in Japan where I purchased a small selection of saori yarns back in July 2018. My husband and I travelled in Japan and participated in a saori weaving workshop in Nagano, the reason why we took these yarns back home as a souvenir. We had a lovely teacher and she learned how to use clasped weft weaving on a saori loom. Two years later I began using clasped weft weaving for my handwoven wallhangings which is now part of my signature.
The handwoven saori fabric is used for 6 wall panels with different sizes 100×50, 50×50 and 20×40 that will be placed on the wall near the dining table, the heart of our livingroom where we spend a lot of time.
At the moment, the panels are at the frame maker for walnut wood panelling. I find it a very exciting step to have my work professionally framed!
- yarn: 100% cotton and 100% linen
- warp colours: black and natural white
- weft colours: natural white tones, blue tones, green tones, silvergrey and marigold orange.
- size: original length 360 cm x width 55 cm
- weight: 675 gram