The first was to use a cardboard tube (the inside of a tube of wrapping paper for straight sided pots and cardboard cones from weaving yarns for pots with narrower bottoms than tops) used to support the warp whilst the tapestry technique was employed to produce a weft faced fabric.
|Willow branch in progress|
|Pot in progress|
|Finished pot, though the ends still need to be clipped|
|Cloth emerging from vat and just beginning to turn blue as the oxygen returns to it|
|The star of the show! Anna, the felting tutor, had this example of nuno felting with devore to show her class. It was a pale orangey/yellow and she bravely put it in the indigo. It is just glorious!|
|Some of our results|