Collection: Wovens

Every element achieved by hand, weaving weft between warp, blending various fiber types and sizes into a seamless unified piece of tapestry.

Rectangular, square, polygon shapes are made on a tabletop loom from bottom to top, secured at each end with a hemming stitch, then cut from the warped loom and sewn onto a smoothly sanded and sealed wooden rod chosen for it's amenable shape and length, salvaged from nature and renewed with purpose.

Circular shapes are made within a wrapped embroidery frame by pinwheeling warp around to form spokes that allow only the very thinnest threads and yarns to be pulled tight toward the center, thus setting the shape and tensionĀ for its outwardly expanding design.