Woven Zip Pouch
Hand Weaving, a method of producing textiles in which two sets of yarns are interlaced at 90 degree angles, forming a cloth. The cloth is woven on a loom, which is a wooden machine that tightly holds the warp in place, and allows the weaver to design different patterns and weave structures (i.e. plain weave and twills).
Weavings are comprised of two main components - a warp, and a weft. Prior to weaving the warp is attached to the loom, running vertically. Throughout the weaving process the weft is coursed horizontally through the warp and acts as 'the filler' that completes the cloth.
"I typically use conventionally dyed cotton, bamboo and tencel (a sustainable wood pulp spun into fiber), for both my warp & weft threads. However, when practicing certain color applications, I use cotton and linen that are naturally dyed here in my home studio." -Maker, Lizz Berry
Dimensions: 8" Length x 6.5 Width