For weavers of Intermediate to Master skill levels to explore Tied-Weaves, Tied-Unit weave structures and weaves considered derivatives or variations of tied weaves, such as Taqueté, Samìtum, lampas, etc. This does NOT include any weave that has ties, only those that are related in some significant way to the interlacement found in Tied Weaves. The broad study group goal is to better understand, create and define Tied-Weave structures, as well as create variants and methods to “break the rules”. Each member will explore any Tied-Weave structure or derivative of interest. If members choose a derivative their write up must include the reasons WHY the structure does not qualify as a Tied Weave and how it differs and resembles a Tied Weave.
Mandatory sample and information exchange due May 1 of each study group year.
On-line discussions and a private website for sharing photos, drafts and other visual information are in place. Members can share their questions, ideas, drafts and photos, enhancing our on-line study. All newsletters and correspondence, and the accompanying write-ups for the yearly sample exchange, will be done via email.
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