This is a one-of-a-kind, handwoven wall hanging. Most of the yarn used in this weaving is reclaimed or recycled. The wall hanging measures 10 x 15 inches, and it is ready to hang. Made in Portland, Oregon.
Process: textile artist Rowland Ricketts uses a paste-resist method when dyeing his fabrics—mixing glutinous-rice flour, rice bran, salt, and water together, then applying the mixture to areas that he doesn’t want to absorb the dye. via Martha Stewart