Monday, January 30, 2012

Tapestry Weaving #3


Yesterday I posted some tapestry in various stages of development.  Today you can see the hands of the weavers at work learning how to thread the warp with wool thread.





19 comments:

  1. magnifique, sur certaines photos, on dirait une harpiste

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  2. A very loving treatment of the subject.

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  3. Wonderful hand shots! Great job, Kate.

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  4. This looks like such intricate work.

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  5. It's such fun to watch an artist build a picture on a loom.

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  6. I love the capture of the hands. =)

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  7. This is a wonderfully artistic post...I think you're becoming a photographic version of Georgia O'Keefe!

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  8. Great shots. Nothing can compare to hand work, hand made art, so full of energy and character of the creative mind.
    No computer can do it.

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  9. Nice, focused "portraits." Looks like an interesting craft.

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  10. This is very interesting, I have never seen a loom in action!

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  11. Looks pretty complex! I guess they need a lot of patience.

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  12. I have watched re-enactors weaving. Somehow it seems like a skill that would have died out a century ago.

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  13. very nice photos. the job must be very satisfying.

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  14. Beautiful images of hands at work Kate.

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  15. Beautiful, love those hands! Please come on over to enter it in my 'Weekly Top Shot' meme? We're on Week #16 and I'd love to see you share with me and my readers! Here's this weeks' link: http://www.theviewfromrighthere.com/blog/?p=6115

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