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General Interest

ASTON HALL

My partner Mark and myself chose Aston Hall in Birmingham as it was a historic house. I therefore hoped there would be lots of interesting textiles to see. 140 more words

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Reflective commentary

REFLECTORY COMMENTARY

Hand twisted cords and braided cords was difficult to do, because instructions weren’t read properly.  But having grasped the technique got carried away with construction. 423 more words

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Stage 4 Developing design ideas into weaving

The picture from the moodboard was used to create the colour combination below. It was ‘painted’ with wax, using the technique encaustic art. The colours merge together, but using the iron I was able to create texture. 926 more words

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Project 9 Stage 2/3 Basic Tapestry Weaving Techniques


The first piece of weaving I have ever done and a source of amazement at the simplicity of how fabric is created. The piece is tight and shows strength. 335 more words

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Experimenting with Structure Stage 2 Exercise 4

When choosing the materials for the grids below, was a little difficult. I wasnt sure how they would come together.  The first woven structures is made using Loom bands and wooden skewers. 310 more words

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Experimenting with Structure Stage 2 Exercise 2/3


twisted ropes/cords

Various materials were used for the cording and braiding. The structures formed showed some interesting colours and textures. Patterns emerge from within the structures, and could be adapted for a woven piece. 21 more words

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Experimenting with Structure Stage 2 Exercise 1


Using one of my monoprint scrap images, I experimented with an open weave picture.


Closed weave using pink and cream card.


Paper weaving with cream and pink card. 207 more words

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