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Bay Small III

£125.00

Found in Accoya, Norfolk

Bay – a regularly repeated visual division of a façade. Building designers often look to a basic plan shape to determine the overall form of their building.

This collection of small handwoven textile art pieces are created using thin merino wool in the warp and thick loop mohair yarns in the weft, in gorgeous cobalt blue and caramel colours. Available in a choice of frame.

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Description

• Approx 18cm x 22cm • Merino wool and mohair • Handstitched using a needle and thread to a 28cm x 28cm acid-free mount board • Choose from white, natural or black osmo-stained wood frame • Each piece is one of a kind and made to order

Lead time 5 weeks

Delivery by DHL next day
Returns accepted within 14 days

 

Maker, CharlotteThe maker
After falling in love with weaving at Brighton University, Charlotte of Woven Form now creates one-of-a-kind handwoven textile art pieces from her home studio in southeast London. Her designs are inspired by architecture, and she sources yarn from UK mills and factories, using up their deadstock and repurposing what would usually be wasted.

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Frame

Black, Natural, White

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