1. Don't break the loom!
3. We are not machines --Be random!
4. Be Bold, explore with your might and be playful!
If you follow the hyperlink for Saori Weaving you will read some of the history of the craft. What I loved was how our instructor explained that Saori means Everything has its own beauty. Isn't that lovely...and true?
The looms that we used were already warped so we didn't have to spend part of our class with that technique. We were able to focus on the important part...weaving. I was excited to take the class with two of my nearest and dearest, Melissa and Terri. These two ladies are super important to me and I love them dearly. I have learned so much from them and we have shared so much laughter. Spending the day weaving was fabulous.
|The first banner was woven by our instructor. The second banner by a famous autistic Japanese weaver. The looms are special Saori Weaving looms. Only two heddles.|
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