I can’t stop staring at this joined stool in red oak, painted with iron oxide and lampblack pigment mixed in linseed oil made by Peter Follansbee.
A yardage of tweed made in collaboration with The Grantchester Pottery.
Detail of a work I’m showing as part of The Grantchester Pottery Sets the Stage.
My amazing eagle eyes on the ground in Krakow has found me yet another kilim from the early part of the 20th century, this one a Huculski kilim from the Ukraine.
Pictures from Derya Akay’s exhibition Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner and Supper.
Have almost completed stitching up my linen sheet. Each stitch goes through the loop of each weft at the selvage edge, which means it will lie flat and the stitches will relax once washed thus making it barely visible as half of a stripe was woven at each edge to produce a full stripe.
Above are two pages from the article on Markings by Kathleen B. Smith of Textile Reproductions, you can download them all here.