The problem with weaving is that there are only so many scarves a person needs. . . . Linens are nice, but I want my linens to fit in with my decorating scheme, and that means limiting myself to certain colors. I suppose I could weave things to sell, but that means dealing with selling venues, and frankly, if I wanted to do production work I'd get a job in a factory! For me, the joy of weaving comes in the dreaming, the planning and the production of something I've not done before. But once it's done, I'm done and it's time to start a new dream.
Contemplating this, I decided to weave fabric for clothing.
Here are some of the results. Some of these pieces were made from the normal "flat" pieces of cloth that you get when you weave, but some are 3 structural woven pieces. To learn more about how I weave fabric that is not a flat rectangle, see the 3D structural weaving page.
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