Weather Pattern a.k.a. Temperature Project. January 2017 — Wabisabi Geeky Woven Bag

Late last year, Friend Sue planted this crafty seed in my head: create something according to the daily temperature, inspired by the ‘Temperature Blanket’ crochet or knitted projects that have made their presence on the interweb. The inner geek and stash-busting crafter in me accepted the challenge. Boom! Done. We have our daily maximum recorded temperature data* for all 31 days of January 2017 presented on this wabisabi weaving. I have decided to make this project more bite-sized and relevant to my style and work since large projects such as blankets, quilts and scarves aren’t my cup of tea… Behold Miss … Continue reading Weather Pattern a.k.a. Temperature Project. January 2017 — Wabisabi Geeky Woven Bag

Bitten By The Weaving Bug: Addicted To Weaving Fabric Scraps As Wall Hanging

The transitional week from 2015 to 2016 was my “idle” time in which I could play around with other “creativities” (create + activities) while reorganising my space. Lots of fabric scraps + rediscovering the loom = unleashing the weaving monster. These have been SO fun to make, each one with a special friend in mind. Isn’t it interesting how seemingly ordinary fabric could be transformed — in appearance and purpose — simply by being squashed through parallel threads? Each weaving takes a minimum of 2 days. Such a great exercise in reusing and re-purposing. Continue reading Bitten By The Weaving Bug: Addicted To Weaving Fabric Scraps As Wall Hanging