Wednesday, 13 April 2011

Module 4 chapter 7

Chapter 7
Wrapped frames to make grids
For the exercises of these chapter I had to develope homemade grids. I used a cardboard and wooden
embroidery frame and for the fun of making grids a little loom for children
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My ideas are always develloping when working with the pieces.In the beginning I started to connect the silk and woolen threads with buttonhole Between the following rows I stitched a grid between the buttonhole stitches.I like the transparent continuity so I retained this pattern .

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Here I used woolen, effect yarns. For the very see-through effect I connected several yarns with machine
stitching and worked these like a chain without cutting the sewing yarn. So the grid seemed very  spontaneously and irregular

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Hand and machine stitching. I wanted to achieve a irregulare closely woven effect by hand stitching with the same hand dyed thread

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                                          ….and that‘s the finished result and I like it

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picture 9: the starting point of the piece with fryed fabric stripes and silk yarn
And picture 10 the the final result

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The picture11 is the inspiration for the little piece. It‘s needle lace over warp of metal yarns

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A woven piece . That‘s a combination of waving with a little child loom and needlewaving(the yellow parts)

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I wanted to create a with very closed and see-through parts. At the botton and top I twisted and retwisted the warp to get a loose grid . The most part is needle waving

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Honestly –this little piece get to many threads. They was wrapped with a cardboard frame and than tightly machine stiched