Gradient Rainbow Weaving

by Sunwoven

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Artist Statement

Handwoven on a handmade loom, these pieces are made with 100% wool roving, wool blended yarns, and just a touch of metallic shimmer. Hung from a wooden dowel, this piece hangs approximately 30” long from dowel to end of tassels, and measures 15”-16” wide. This item is handmade by Erin Barrett in her Charleston, SC home studio.

Why We Love It

Sunwoven’s Gradient Rainbow Weaving strikes the perfect balance between handmade idiosyncrasy and exacting artistry, between elegance and eclecticism, between softness and stature. It’s a touchable thing (and we recommend you do so … these wool blend yarns are seriously soft and squishable), but it has weight and stateliness on a wall. The rainbow design is definitely splashy, but by some sort of magic trick it’s got the versatility of a neutral. Perhaps it’s Barrett’s brilliant color choices, tangoing between poppy brights and the special sort of earthy hues you might stumble upon on a spring hike. The faint touch of metallic ribbon is a total tease, too, just enough to make you look twice. This ain’t your average rainbow ... Read more on the blog!

Details

+ Each hanging is handmade to order by the artist and may take up to 6 weeks for production and shipment.
+ This weaving is made from 100% wool roving and wool blended yarns, with a hint of metallic ribbon. It ships ready to hang with a wooden dowel and hanging thread.
+ Each weaving is an original, handwoven artwork and varies slightly—something we particularly love about these pieces!
+ Measurements listed are approximate, from the dowel to the end of the tassels, and width wise.
+ All orders for this weaving are final sale and not eligible for discount or return.

Medium:

100% wool roving and wool blended yarns

Sunwoven

Erin Barrett is a fiber artist and textile designer based out of her home studio in Charleston, SC. Soon after becoming a self taught weaver, what once started out as a hobby blossomed into the small business that Sunwoven is today. Through her work, Erin hopes to bring color, happiness and inspiration into the homes of others with each handmade piece she creates.
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