More SAORI Weaving for the Home

Thanks for the responses to my SAORI upholstery fabric – now to take apart a chair seat and see if I can reassemble and recover it!

I recently received some photos from Nancy, who has also been doing some SAORI weaving for her home. She has generously allowed me to post them here – I think that you’ll be inspired!

First, here are some curtains that she made…

Saori Curtains

The detail and movement in these curtains is brilliant!

And a pillow…

Saori Pillow

The patchwork style is great! She also made a dresser runner with another piece of the same fabric, warm and inviting….

Saori Dresser Runner

This is a SAORI blanket, woven by Tanya. I love how she sewed many lengths of Saori woven cloth together – it looks so cozy and warm!

Saori Blanket

Also, here are some older posts with Saori for the home…

Pillows
An outdoor chair cushion
My upholstery fabric

So, from clothing, to accessories, wallhangings & art, to weaving for social change, to collaborative weaving and also to the home – endless possibilities with Saori weaving!

Happy Weaving,
Terri

My website: www.saorisaltspring.com

6 replies
  1. Dawn
    Dawn says:

    Wow! What a great posting – it is truly inspiring!
    All the pieces shown, including those in the “links”
    are especially creative and beautiful!

  2. Karen
    Karen says:

    Morning Terri

    Your statement

    ” So, from clothing, to accessories, wallhangings & art, to weaving for social change, to collaborative weaving and also to the home – endless possibilities with Saori weaving!” put into words what I was thinking as to why Saori is so worthwhile to ‘show’ – for all that it ‘tells’/represents. Yes! I would add into this the encouragement to explore and express our individual creativity and the incredible freedom that evokes. I loved seeing the examples of pillows and curtain and blanket – on ‘view’ for the daily enjoyment of the maker and others. You know what I mean. I just moved a Saori carrier bag from one place in my home to another and wil notice it more for the change of scene. Yes!

  3. terri
    terri says:

    Yes indeed Karen – well said – the exploration and expression of individuality and freedom are definitely a primary focus of Saori – thanks for sharing that.

    And then to be able to see that as part of our everyday life in our home and community surroundings or on our bodies as clothing, etc….wonderful!

    Happy Weaving & Exploring!
    Terri

  4. terri
    terri says:

    Koi pond – yes I see it now!!

    Thanks for all your comments – I love seeing others work and am glad that I can share it will you.

    Happy Weaving,
    Terri

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