Woven Together: Weavers & Their Stories.
Weaving, as a traditional technique of interlacing yarns or fibre, has a long history, appearing in many forms over millennia.
This book invites 20 DIYers, designers, artists, and craftsmen to talk about their weaving stories. These projects are diverse, from traditional basket weaving in eastern Asia, woven wall hangings made by self-taught craftspeople, to artistic pieces done by designers and artists.
Readers are able to look into the production process and detailed patterns of these projects.Featured projects include: Bamboo, grass, and rattan weaving; DIY textile weaving, such as wall hangings, rugs, and home decorations; artistic installations.
Format: Hardcover, Full Colour, 224 Pages
Dimensions: 20cm × 26cm
Publisher: Gingko Press
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