This gorgeous piece by long-time beloved Snow Farm instructor Mo Kelman is composed of two layers of fabric - silk organza and shantung silk. The surface patterns are produced with the traditional Japanese Shibori dyeing method that results in a wood grain pattern. Shibori dyeing involves completely covering the fabric surface with closely spaced rows of hand stitching, which is pulled tightly to compress the fabric before immersing it in dye. When the threads are cut, the compressed recesses remain undyed. This ethereal piece of art has been assembled and hand-sewn; it can be hung on a wall with either side forward, or suspended in space, which accentuates its transparency. Mo has generously donated this item so that 100% of the price goes to support Snow Farm.
18.5" x 51"
Item can be picked up at the Snow Farm office or shipped. If you would like shipping, come back to this page after the wall hanging is in the cart, and then select shipping from the menu.