The weave, characterized by an open tabby ground and colorful weaver-controlled inlay blew our socks off! Experimenting with 4/1 and 20/1 linen, she produced a great variety of exciting textiles.
|Basically using this one book for reference, Melissa taught herself this technique. ("Sheer Delight" by Doramay Keasbey)|
|Here is has worked on creating curves.|
|She worked with a cartoon to to create her transpareccies.|
|This shows the gossamer effect.|
She used positive and negative space and combined it creating effects to truly amaze. Just take a look at her examples.The hand on the left she used the negative space to inlay her yarn. The hand on the right she used the positive.