The world isn’t flat, so why should you think of your weaving as always being flat? You have spent years learning the rules of two dimensional weaving; now learn how to break those rules to weave 3D sculptural forms. Basket weavers have been weaving three dimensional objects since antiquity, but Sally will explain her techniques for weaving specific shapes on a loom. Her techniques allows the shape to be actually woven in, and do not depend on differential shrinkage or sewing for their shape. For example, in one weaving the resulting fabric had a selvage of 54 inches on one edge and 11 inches on the other! Although she sometimes uses non-traditional materials such as copper wire for more artistic pieces, this weaving can be done with standard cotton / linen / wool yarn.