Tuesday, March 17, 2009
I am in the process of interviewing Armstrong Fox Textiles about their production and design process for Fibre Quarterly's on-line journal. As I was working on my interview questions this past weekend, it got me thinking about those intermediary, transitory steps in creating production craft. There are often points in the production process that pass quickly and function as a means to getting to the end product, but in themselves are quite beautiful and work as a measure of time. This is a roll of six 6" wide Seaweed scarves fresh off the loom, not yet cut apart from each other, waiting to have the fringes twisted.