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Year of Taps

Inspiration for my year of tapestry weaving with my new Mirrix Loom. Not everything here is tapestry weaving, but it all inspires my current tapestry endeavors.

Year of Taps

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French Art Deco rug |



Weaving tools

Leather envelope laptop case with Mirrix-made tapestry insert.

Tutorial: Leather envelope Macbook Air case with tapestry insert

Shop Everlea's workshops - EVERLEA TEXTILES

Shop Everlea's handmade items and workshops

pulled-warp weaving with hand-dyed yarns.

Pulled-warp weaving sample

Egoskeleton installation

Janna Maria Vallee

silk cuff on my Mirrix Loom

amazing wall hangings from Native Line - love the shimmer and texture

20 Woven Wall Hangings to Inspire, Buy or DIY | Design*Sponge

Weaving twill on my Mirrix loom

Twill | Mirrix Looms

weaving with two different EPI using two shedding devices on my Mirrix tapestry loom

lovely. And I adore the knotted fringe!

Very beautiful and unique wall hanging made of wool

weaving twill using two shedding devices on my Mirrix tapestry loom

Weaving twill with two shedding devices | Mirrix Looms

Win Sue Stone’s essential books on textiles

Win Sue Stone’s essential books on textiles

Natural dye tapestry sampler woven on my Mirrix loom

  • Marie Moon Textiles
    Marie Moon Textiles

    Love this!

By Mirrix President Claudia Chase

Tapestry by Claudia Chase woven on a Mirrix Loom. Repinned by Elizabeth VanBuskirk on my favorites. This looks like plaiting to me.

A Word From Claudia: Looking Back

by Claudia Chase

Detail of woven wall hanging by Alchemy in progress. Handwoven using natural dyed and undyed yarns and fibres.

William Morris' Strawberry Thieves

Summertime natural dyeing | Mirrix Looms

LAURA FISCHER anything can become a loom

Herman Scholten, Yellow Braid, 1969 Yellow Braid can be seen in Mildred Constantine and Jack Lenor Larsen, Beyond Craft: The Art Fabric, (New York: Van Nostrand Reinhold)

American Tapestry Alliance - ATA Tapestry Topics v31n2

An homage to Andy Goldsworthy by escher is still alive on Flickr