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This handwoven weaving was derived from a texture study of the ancient weaving technique 'Soumak', originating from Persia and used mainly in rugs. This texture study involved creating space between wefts to understand how the absence of texture is used to enhance the piece. The colors are a mix of plums, purples, ivory and navy blue. This was made on a 20" wide x 20" long loom, making it a larger piece. It's a perfect accent piece and incredibly soft!

Fibers are combination of wool, raffia, cotton, polyester, and blends.

Dimensions: driftwood is 19" wide, weaving is 17" wide, weaving is 28" long

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Lindsey of h o u s e \\ w e a v i n g is part architectural designer and part fiber artist. Each weaving is curated from start to finish through sketches, material palettes and various textural studies. Based in Portland, Oregon, she is surrounded and inspired by the beautiful landscape of the Pacific Northwest and strives to use local, recycled and fibers from small businesses found in the USA.