S T E P 1
CHOOSING YOUR SIZE
T H E D E S I G N
S T E P 2
CHOOSING YOUR COLOURS
For dramatic effect, I recommend two weavings side by side If your space will allow for it
Tip. Measure the wall you plan on hanging your weaving on. Ideally, you want to fill the majority of the space while leaving a nice blank space that acts as a border. Just like hanging any art, keep in mind the positioning of all doors and windows in relation to where the hanging is going to sit.
These sizes are approximate and only an example.
Tip. If you know what room your weaving is going into.
It's best to choose colours that will go with the flow of the space.
Shades of lush greens from the forest
Colours of the ocean in movement
S T E P 3
CHOOSE WHAT ITS HUNG FROM
A wooden dowel is used for a minimalistic feel, It doesn't take away from any detail in the weaving. It will be either left in its natural state or painted white or black to correspond to the tones chosen in your colour scheme.
Using a brass rod is the best way to accent any metallics if you decided to have any woven into your hanging.
The brass rod will age beautifully as it will naturally oxidize
Driftwood is organic in shape and has a beautiful texture. It is often used for weavings with a boho vibe and is well suited with whites and natural tones.
Sandy hues of the desert
Moody monochrome tones of a brewing storm