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weaving

  • A A K S | Miss Moss
    Fashion

    A A K S

    usually when i discover something that i love i want to write and blog about it immediately. i don’t have much patience for waiting – probably because i’m too excited to get…

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    Fashion

    Toino Abel

    Toino Abel was started by Nuno Henriques with the aim to preserve the tradition of Portuguese reed basket weaving. Nuno’s great-grandfather José began his basket-weaving business in the small Portuguese village of…

  • New Friends
    Living

    New Friends

    i briefly featured the work of NYC based New Friends, aka Alexandra Segreti and Kelly Rakowski, last year – but i thought they deserved their own post because their work is just soooooo good.…

  • Voices of Industry
    Fashion

    Voices of Industry

    Adele Stafford is the creative mind behind Voices of Industry, who create hand woven apparel and textiles from 100% domestic fiber, farmed and spun in the U.S. Adele hand weaves each piece on a…

  • Kustaa Saksi // Miss Moss
    Art

    Kustaa Saksi

    i am quite transfixed by the trippy weavings of Finnish designer & artist Kustaa Saksi, who manufactured the collection, called Hypnopompic, using the Jacquard weaving technique. the weavings are made of mohair, alpaca…

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    Design, Fashion

    Tuokka by Katja Mustaniemi

    Katja Mustaniemi is a creative designer from Finland who designed the Tuokka backpack as part of her final thesis at the Lahti Institute of Design and Fine Arts. it is such a beautiful piece, and i…

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    Fashion

    Doug Johnston

    you will probably recognise artist Doug Johnston’s beautiful coiled rope work from around the internet (those pendants and the incredibly sought after baskets most specifically). he has just launched a lookbook for a…

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    Living

    Native Line

    i’ve noticed a popular resurgence in hand weaving the past while, especially in the realm of wall hangings. i’m sure you’ve seen beautiful tapestries featured on design blogs (the stunning work of Brook&Lyn comes…