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This week on the podcast, Sarah is talking to Jacqueline James. Jacqueline is a weaver in the UK specializing in the hand-dyed and handwoven rugs. She combines traditional weaving techniques with contemporary design style and a bold use of color. Her work is in public and private collections in the UK and North America, and major commissions include weaving for Westminster Abbey, York Minster and The British Library. Comment below to keep the conversation going! 

Jacqueline James

Jacqueline James winding hand dyed yarn from an umbrella swift onto a ski shuttle. Photo credit: Asadour Guzelian

Jacqueline James

Jacqueline James weaving a rug on a floor loom Photo credit: Asadour Guzelian

Jacqueline James

Detail of hand dyed and woven wool rug and tools by Jacqueline James. Photo credit: Yeshen Venema

Jacqueline James

Detail of hand dyed and woven wool rug by Jacqueline James Photo credit: Yeshen Venema

Jacqueline James

Hand dyed and woven wool rug / wall hanging by Jacqueline James Photo credit: Yeshen Venema

Jacqueline James

Hand dyed and woven wool rug / wall hanging by Jacqueline James Photo credit: Yeshen Venema

Jacqueline James

The hands of rug weaver Jacqueline James Photo credit: Olivia Brabbs

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The music for this podcast  is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International LicenseThe musical section is an excerpt of the original: The Beauty of Maths by Meydän.

June 21, 2019 —

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