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Poolside Woven Wall Hanging

Heddle and Needle

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Poolside Woven Wall Hanging
Poolside Woven Wall Hanging
Poolside Woven Wall Hanging
Poolside Woven Wall Hanging
Poolside Woven Wall Hanging

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Process:
Handwoven on a frame loom using needles and stick shuttles.
Made of:
cotton/acrylic/merino/brass
Dimensions:
26''L x 10''W; brass rod, 12"L
Color/finish:
mint/peach/cream/black/silver/rust/brown

Why We Love This

Tapestry carefully handwoven on a frame loom with merino, cotton, and acrylic wools and thread. A brass rod is included for hanging. The thicker yarn ends have been trimmed flush rather than sewn in on the backside, but this is not visible on the front. Please note that due to the nature of weaving on a frame loom, this one-of-a-kind tapestry is not a perfect rectangle.

About Heddle and Needle

Rachel Gottesman is a textile artist and weaver with a background in painting and illustration. She use all kinds of yarn and threads as well as frame looms (and sometimes a floor loom) to create tapestries. When using a frame loom to make the tapestries like these for One Kings Lane, she uses a wood needle, stick shuttles, bobbins, and a Navajo comb. The majority of her tapestries are created in a plain tabby weave with rya knots, although occasionally she use other types of weaves as accents.

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