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Stuffed Stitched Double Cloth

November 14, 2009

This is the same warp as the previous sample, but is stuffed with tussah silk noils between the layers. I wove more tabby picks between the pattern to make a space for the stuffing.  The stuffing silk was in a rough roving form which I gently drafted and laid in and proceeded with the pattern picks. The fabric has been washed, though looks slightly flat from storage.    Lots of stitching pattern possiblities depending on the end use of the fabric.  This fabric is soft enough for a jacket or kimono.

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  1. November 14, 2009 10:39 am

    Very cool! I’m hoping to do my first samples with doubleweave sometime this winter….so it’s great to see different examples of ways people use it.

    Sue

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