Weave-It Afghan/Wall hanging from vintage pattern

RickeScott's picture

Update: I added a pic of the original design from the vintage pattern book. Thanks for all of the positive comments!!!

I finished this Saturday morning, my last day of a 15 day stay in Patara. I found the basic pattern from a 1940's Weave-It pattern book, but made some changes. Used 5 sizes of looms, 2x2, 2x4, 4x4, 4x6 and 2x6. I don't claim that it is "art", but I'm going to hang it on the wall of our entry hall. Dimensions are 3'x5'. Mostly made of wool. The green border is a 50/50 blend.
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bobshome's picture

I just read "Loving Frank"

I just read "Loving Frank" so I see his sort of patterning going on there. As he was considered genius ... That really is a beautiful piece. Enjoy.

rc_in_sd's picture

It's definitely art and it's

It's definitely art and it's definitely beautiful! Great work!

TomH's picture

I think it's wonderful!

I think it's wonderful!

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Impressive, indeed. I get

Impressive, indeed. I get an Art Deco/Bauhaus feeling, too. Keep up the good work. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

I would call it art! It is

I would call it art! It is nicely done.

Kilted Knitter's picture

Love it! I agree with

Love it! I agree with Albert, diffenetly has a Art Deco feel to it. Great Job!

Bill's picture

you do amazing things with

you do amazing things with those little looms!

steve kadel's picture

stunning all i know of love,

stunning

all i know of love, is love is all there is

This is great and it will

This is great and it will look wonderful hanging on a wall. Make sure its inñ a prominent position.

mrossnyc's picture

I like the colors and think

I like the colors and think it looks great as well!

New York Built's picture

Looks outstanding Ricke. On

Looks outstanding Ricke.

On the technical side, how did you weave the piece? From my view, could be tapestry joins, crochet or sewn. Or did you tie in the warps in section to make it all tabby? Or some other technique by hand?

No matter what you did, I like the colors and the mix.

The most beautiful thing we can experience is the mysterious. It is the source of all true art and science.
– Albert Einstein

RickeScott's picture

I used 5 sizes of Weave-It

I used 5 sizes of Weave-It looms. All of the pieces are whip-stitched together.

albert's picture

Love it! It has a sort of

Love it! It has a sort of Art Deco feel to it. You should definitely hang this in a prominent place.