Category Archives: Weaving

Hannah Waldron

HannahWaldronLondon and Stockholm-based multi-disciplinary artist and designer Hanna Waldron is well known for her amazing textile and tapestry designs. We are particularly liking her illustration style based on a grid-base image making process. There’s a rhythm in all her work where you can see the influences of line, pattern, texture and structures of her surroundings.

Images: Courtesy of Hannah Waldron.

Dil Se Handloom

DilSeHandloomReally liking these woven fabrics manufactured by Norm Coporation, produced in the south of India and sold under the Japanese brand, Dil Se Handloom. This collection not only includes the fabrics but also includes product extensions such as accessories and kitchen textiles. The collection can be purchased on Japanese online store, Post General Store.

Images: Courtesy of Post General Store.

Chinami Ricketts


Chinami Ricketts is the other creative partner of the Indiana-based textile company, Ricketts Indigo. Trained as a weaver Chinami crafts traditional yardage for kimono and obi. She studied indigo dyeing, indigo cultivation and processing in Japan. An apprenticeship in kasuri and weaving formed the foundation of her work today. She says this about her craft:

“…I never consider my weavings as fine art. While fine art strives to visually or otherwise address a larger audience, my kimono are intended simply to fill the intimate environment of the wearer with joy.”

“In the weaving of kimono I verify my own existence through the recollection of my ancestors and all those who employed these same techniques before me.”

Images: Courtesy of Ricketts Indigo.


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