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Diana KlauMay 26, 2017
Momtaz…After watching you struggle to learn to weave, I wondered if you had ever tried Saori weaving. It’s a Japanese philosophy of weaving that is stream-of-consciousness, with no rules and NO MISTAKES! It is awesome and after weaving in the Saori way, I’ll never go back to traditional weaving.
Craft and TravelMay 26, 2017
Hi Diana! I haven’t tried it yet but it definately sounds like my sort of thing. I’ve tried peg loom weaving with scrap yarns and fabric and that creates really nice random patterns – that’s the type of relaxed weaving I much prefer! But in keeping with the theme of this blog I’d be very interested in trying this Japanese technique.