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Monday, February 7, 2011

Japanese Braiding

I’m working on a necklace series on the Kumi Loom, a portable loom for Japanese braiding.  Kumihumo is the  Japanese term for braiding. Such a simple rhythmic overlapping of ribbons and yarns, around and around the small loom. The potential for complex patterns is endless. What is particularly interesting is how the texture of yarn can actually change as it is pulled into the braid. 

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