This piece is made from this yarn, while 100% acrylic, it looks like wool roving when woven. It has a little more sheen to it, but it feels luxurious. The fringe is made from thrifted yarns, the blush velvety yarn is chenille. The center features a scrap of trim woven and twisted. I LOVE how this one turned out and plan to use more trim in future weavings.
Is it totally weird that this piece makes me think of macaroni and cheese? Because it does. All of these fibers are thrifted except for the wool roving, which is from Takufiber. In this weaving, I focused more on weaving with multiple strands of yarn instead of using a think yarn, trim, rope, or roving.
All about the neutrals.
All of the roving I use unless noted otherwise is from Takufiber. The fringe is all thrifted. You can see a little bit of the blush chenille in the weaving above. I love this pom-pom yarn. I'm pretty sure it's for making baby blankets and don't see it sold in stores very often, so if you see it second-hand you should snag it!
For this wall hanging I used wool roving and thrifted yarn for the fringe to create a color blocked gradient.
Using jewel tones, I combined wool roving and multiple strands of yarn to create thick textures throughout. The fringe on this piece is cut at an asymetrical angle.
I call this piece "Neopolitan".