Flight, Space and Light

Flight, Space and Light “I put it on and I feel transformed!” Sarah cooed when she wrapped up in one of the silk creations I call GloryUs Wrapture. I love creating wearable art work that captures the ethereal sense of weightlessness and wraps the wearer in a sense of glorious joy. I use a combination of my hand dyed silk fabrics and an off loom weaving technique to create the desired effect. Loosely weaving torn strips of fabric then stitching the pieces to secure it, allows for light and space to become a part of the finished wrap. Leaving ends trailing on either side gives the wrap a feathery look and allows the wearer to experience an effervescent feeling of flight. Creating textiles that are light and airy is made possible with the help of an amazing plastic that dissolves in water. I use the water soluble plastic as a base to stabilize assemblages of   fabric in order to stitch them together. I first encountered the magic of light weight water soluble plastic in a workshop given by Leslie Garber. She created fabulous wearable art garments using the plastic as a stabilizer. Although you can find several different types, I … Read More

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