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Duvall’s “Studio of Handcrafts” loom, which was developed by a Californian engineer for his partner, a weaver. “Sadly, they are no longer in production so this was quite a find for me,” Duvall says. “My other loom is a trusty Macomber.”

Duvall’s “Studio of Handcrafts” loom, which was developed by a Californian engineer for his partner, a weaver. “Sadly, they are no longer in production so this was quite a find for me,” Duvall says. “My other loom is a trusty Macomber.

use sheet clips and water bottles weighted appropriately to replace a temple

use sheet clips and water bottles weighted appropriately to replace a temple

Weaver and textile artist <a href="http://www.dwell.com/people/hiroko-takeda">Hiroko Takeda</a> keeps a studio on the ninth floor of an old industrial building in downtown <a href="http://www.dwell.com/travel/brooklyn-new-york">Brooklyn</a>, where she works on various client commissions and her own one-off art projects.

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