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Scoil Ailbhe - An Edmund Rice School Dec 1
Ms. Barbara Ryan’s 5th class have been learning to weave over the past number of weeks. They started with circle weaving and now have progressed to creating pictures on frames. 👏👏 l
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Neil Davison Nov 25
Cut up an old drawing and did a bit more weaving
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LeafyTrailsFS Nov 26
Prepping our winter wreaths from the willow
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Neil Davison Nov 24
A spot of weaving last night whilst listening to football on the radio
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Musgrove Willows Ltd Nov 27
Lydia has recently joined us on an apprenticeship. Here she is mastering the skills needed to make an oval shaped ashes casket
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Harris Looms Nov 27
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Harris Looms Nov 30
Harris Weaving Looms has been the choice of textile designers, craft weavers, schools, colleges and universities since 1939, and our skilled team hand construct and finish every loom here in Britain!⁠ ⁠
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Gabriel_Therese Nov 23
This first done with what I had in the home , from bits and pieces , .
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MHortin Nov 23
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Carol Zuber 17h
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Harris Looms Nov 23
A thought provoking little insight into the state of weaving in Bangladesh: Photo/video credit: Yahoo
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themazi 6h
🌿 Our beautiful fabrics for natural dyeing are on the stage. Its all made from %100 cotton. Only the weaving style is different.
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Utkalamrita Nov 30
Replying to @suryanandannet
Thanks so much! We have not designed it! It is designed by Dipuna and Mituna Bhai! It is woven by their sister-in-law Ranjita Bhauja!Our are most hardworking ones & we are proud to promote their weaves & support them always!
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Adsum Foundation Nov 24
Replying to @AdsumFoundation
Inside we see Piokee weaving a floor mat made from mahampy, purchased from the Anosy Region. Her mats are usually sold locally or, at the weekly market. She also weaves with vinda a higher quality reed found in Androy.
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Eccleston Primary Nov 24
Creating wooden structures in D&T and reinforcing them through knotting techniques, just like the Vikings would have done! Well done Year 5, our woven wall hangings are taking shape! JP
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Gabriel_Therese Nov 23
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Farron Feiner Nov 23
Making mountains ⛰ @ Los Angeles, California
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SAART Department Nov 24
Ottilie in UV has been hard at work experimenting with weaving for her childhood project. We can't wait to see the end result! Looking to be quite a colourful one.
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@go_persis Nov 25
The of is the art of instilling a sense of life in our safe place, and carpet is one of the most common of these. And , is the birth place for the most elegant in .
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EHS Yrs 3 & 4 Nov 24
Year 4 are enjoying a week of weaving and learning how fabric is made as part of their Fashion topic. Today it is paper weaving.
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