Handwoven Inspiration

by Sarah Resnick

Happy Friday!
Here's are some of my favorite weavings posted on Instagram this week. 
 
I love the contrast of colors and textures in this piece by Libby Ballon ~ @libbyballon
I love the contrast of colors and textures in this piece by Libby Ballon ~ @libbyballon
 
I love Rebecca Daryl's use of gold and subtle texture in this fabric  ~ @rebeccadarylart
I love Rebecca Daryl's use of gold and subtle texture in this fabric  ~ @rebeccadarylart
 
Gorgeous woven cowl by Denise DeGidio with stiched marks ~ @metalandwool
Gorgeous woven cowl by Denise DeGidio with stiched marks ~ @metalandwool
I just LOVE Angie Parker's bold use of color in this rug (and all of her rugs!) ~ @angieparkertextiles
I just LOVE Angie Parker's bold use of color in this rug (and all of her rugs!) ~ @angieparkertextiles
 
Krista Steinberg captioned this piece "fabric as landscape" ~ @loomingjane
Krista Steinberg captioned this piece "fabric as landscape" ~ @loomingjane
 
Natalie Novak captioned her tapestry: "Weaving about weaving, maybe. Or about being seen and held, also maybe. Or whatever mystery you want to live in these threads, definitely." ~ @combedthunder
Natalie Novak captioned her tapestry: "Weaving about weaving, maybe. Or about being seen and held, also maybe. Or whatever mystery you want to live in these threads, definitely." ~ @combedthunder


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