Ever since Morgan over at The Brick House started collecting, obsessing and blogging about these mid-century fiber art tapestry thingies, I’ve been intrigued. What is it? What is it made with? Does it smell? And mostly, I wonder if that’s particularly hard to do.
Those top three photos are from Morgan’s house. She has a nice little collection going on, and she’s killing me with all that California light spilling in all over the place. Anyway, then while perusing the internet, I stumbled upon these: Work by Mimi Jung for sale on her site, Brook & Lyn. The jewelry she makes is also particularly good: simple and striking, just the way I like it. But I cant get these weavings out of my head. As much as I would like to just buy one and hang it on the wall, we all know I cant do that! I have to make it.
This last one has a gigantic slice of bark in it. These are so beyond cool.
I honestly think I can do this. If I can needlepoint a belt, I can weave. I think.
Visit Brook & Lyn HERE.