Marea Azul - handwoven room divider / wallhanging in linen.

By byrios
byrios

Copenhagen, Denmark
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USD$3,554.00

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This listing is for one handwoven room divider / wallhanging made by me at my studio in Copenhagen. The technique used for making this room divider / wallhanging is the old japanese ikat. Here I have wounded a plastic thread around the white threads in specific areas and dyed with indigo. After the dyeing process a beautiful pattern appears in a combination of indigo blue and white. When weaving I have used a NAMI reed from Japan. This gives a wavy line in the vertical direction of the textile. It's woven in a beautiful crispy linen yarn from Lithuania. The weaving is a combination of plain weave together with small overshots. This gives the textiles a little stucture on the surface. In the ends I have attached an Ikea KVARTAL. This makes it easy to hang up in the room, either in the ceiling or directly on the wall. I have three room dividers / wallhangings. Please see the last photo. If you are interested in these, they look great together, I can send you some photos. Size: 60 x 275 cm. If you want the textile to be shorter in the length, I can easily do. Please contact me. I recommend drycleaning. If you are interested in purchaising this item, I'm able to send you a little swatch so you can see the details and feel the materials. Please contact me. THIS ITEM WILL SHIP OUT IMMEDIATELY AND IT WILL BE SENT WITH TRACKING AND INSURANCE. IT WILL BE WRAPPED AND SEND IN A LITTLE CONTAINER TO PROTECT THE TEXTILE. FOR INTERNATIONAL CUSTOMERS - I CAN SEND THE ITEM WITHOUT A TRACKING SERVICE AND THE COST WILL BE LESS, BUT THE ITEM IS NOT INSURED.
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wall hanging, Room Divider, natural dyeing, kasuri, japanese, indigo, ikat, home decor, handwoven, fiber art, danish design
By byrios

Welcome to my fascination of textiles. All textiles are either handwoven, dyed and - or folded ...View more

Copenhagen, Denmark

Joined Oct 02, 2015