This abstract macraweave is inspired by the colors of the Pacific Rhododendron (Rhododendron macrophyllum) is the Washington state flower.
Dimensions: 34 inches wide x 20 inches long
Colors: Rust, pink, terracotta, amber orange, brown, and white
Materials: Cotton cord, wool roving, yarn
How to Hang: This piece is ready to hang, all you need is a nail or thumbtack. Use a comb or brush to brush out the fringe at the bottom.
What is Macraweave? Macraweave combines techniques of macrame and weaving.
About Kristi Knots: Kristi Nakata is a Yonsei (fourth generation) Japanese American fiber artist born and raised in the Seattle area, on Duwamish and Coast Salish land. Kristi creates macraweave wall hangings combining techniques of macrame and weaving. Inspired by the beauty of the Pacific Northwest, this collection is a series of mountainscapes and abstract interpretations of the colors of our region. Find out more at Kristi Knots.
Shipping: This show comes down at the beginning of September, 2021. The artist will ship your piece as soon as possible after that date. She may need to make your piece to order, so thank you very much for your patience! The artist will be in contact with an estimated timeline.
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