Weaving


Depth, texture and natural materials guide my work. I set up the loom and invite the yarns to decide how they wish to be woven. In the opening of shed, the kairos moment, when the shuttle passes through the momentary gap in the warp threads, the magic occurs. This moment turns thread into fabric, vertical and horizontal meet, order is fixed, the geometry establishes itself, being is realized. Dwelling through kairos.

Table Runner

Mercerised cotton and bamboo warp. Hoso Ito Chirichiri natural silk weft with handspun baby alpaca inserts. Woven on a Saori Loom. Approx 50cm Wide and 1.4m Long.

Three Throw Rugs

Australian Merino warp. From Left: Natural undyed Tasmanian brown sheep wool weft; Natural undyed brown sheep wool, handspun dark brown South Australian wool and Tasmanian Leicester wool weft; and Naturally dyed wool weft. 100% wool. Woven on an 8 shaft loom. Each approx 55cm Wide and 2.1m Long

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