This weaving is full of textured and organic movement. Pillowy roving, organic cotton, and naturally dyed wool and silks flow seamlessly through this piece. Sections of negative space and tassel textures add opposing interest.
All the fibers in this weaving are either dyed naturally with food waste or left natural. A range of fiber type are used from Australian roving, Icelandic wool, cotton from Texas, merino wool from Tennessee & Ohio, crepe de chine silk and silk velvet.
LABOR & TIME: 6 days of dyeing, 2 days of weaving
FOOD WASTE DYE MATERIAL: Avocado Pits
Weaving Width, including rod: 12 inches
Length at longest point: 34 inches
This product is part of our sustainable Feed Weave project - that aims to use food waste and imperfect produce to create hue rather than chemical and synthetic polluting dyes. 10% of our annual sales from Feed Weave products go to non-profits supporting sustainable farming and local community kitchens.
Please email Maggie with questions about this piece or to commission large Feed Weave wall hangings - email@example.com