Weaving on paper

Weave your way there
Daily Art Card made on March 20th and named “Weave your way there”. I was inspired by Diana’s great tutorial Handwoven Greeting Card for this one. Big thank you to Sis’ D for the inspiration. I ♥ tutorials!

I did this card when watching Antikrundan on television, though some cards this month I’ve made while laying in bed, cutting and gluing before going to sleep. It’s not ideal, but it works.

Materials: Black thread, wool and mohair yarn on 10x10cm watercolor paper.

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8 Responses to Weaving on paper

  1. That is soooo pretty! It never ceases to amaze me the things you create… and their beauty!!

  2. Flassie says:

    Oh, This look’s like fun!

    Did you see the felted animal’s at the Helping Amelia blog entry I made? I found them afterwards on Katherine Dunns site. Check out her paintings and blog when you get a chance. You’ll probably have to click home when you click that link, if you want to check out her blog.I just put a link up to the felted animals. She is on my list also.

    I put up a link to your flickr photos of the feathers and your blog in the Easter greeting.
    It wouldn’t work in comments. What I found for
    the Thrusday before Easter was Holy Thrusday.

    Just below the Easter blog entry I put up a Sark Journal I bought at Goodwill.

    Thanks for stopping by and have a Blessed Easter.

  3. Wow…that.is.COOL. I need to try that.

  4. Miri says:

    Det var en rigtig sjov ide!
    Smukt!
    Og tak for at dele :-)

  5. This reminds me that it’s high time to clean the dust off my loom and warp it with some nice wool, yikes! *^v^*

  6. Laura says:

    I love the idea of weaving a card with yarn – not just paper. Your card is very sweet. I also wanted to let you know I have “tagged you” – I hope that is not too presumptuous. It’s a neat one – “describe your life in six words.” My blog has the details. All the best, Laura

  7. Great projects. Happy Easter, Hanna:)

  8. Sister Diane says:

    OOH! Awesome! I love how you wove in the heart image. One of my favorite parts of making tutorials is, frankly, seeing what you do with them – you always take the project in a beautiful new direction.

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