After the Seder, my newly woven runner goes on the table . . .
Two new Tallits, just off Will’s loom and awaiting finishing.
“Capernaum” on the Left, and “Siloam” on the Right
I’ll tie the tzitzits if you like, or provide cord from Israel for you to tie your own
Approximately 20″ x 7, – Mercerized Cotton
Coming Soon to the Woven Judaica line in our Etsy Shop
Now on the Woven Judaica Loom at Ephods & Pomegranates: The “Siloam,” a new tallit.
Approximately 20″ wide by 84″ long, plus fringe, with hand tied tzitzits. Woven from three colors (lavender, purple, and white) of mercerized cotton. Watch for it to appear in the Tallit section of our Etsy Shop.
We will be teaching weaving classes at the Liturgical Arts Conference in Mississippi October 20-25. You can see all the details at https://www.liturgicalartsconference.com/
And especially at https://www.liturgicalartsconference.com/weaving-worship-the-souls-warp-and-weft.html
Have you ever wondered what the sound of Bach looks like? No, not on an oscilloscope, but in the rich colors of woven cloth, in a way that works just like sheet music?
You’ve probably seen me post before about the connection between music and weaving – the similarities between sheet music and weaving graphs. My first [project was a portrayal of Mozart’s Piano Sonata No. 11 in A major. Next was the Czech National Anthem, a gift for my first violin teacher, Lucie Carlson.
Here we have Passacaglia in C minor for organ, by Johann Sebastian Bach. Each of the colors represents a different note, and the width of the bands indicates the time value of the note. If you have the key to the colors, you can play this scarf just like sheet music.
In woven fabric, this is what the sound of Bach Looks like, the first 40 measures or so. It begins and ends with the opening on the bass pedals. Listen below: