JennywDesigns
Woven Textile Design
Warping

Design

A series of documented imagery of my design process.

Warping

Warping

This is a snippet of my lambs wool warp I made.

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Setting Up

Setting Up

This an image of me setting up the lambs wool warp on my loom.

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Setting Up

Setting Up

This an image of the warp once I had finished threading it up.

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Setting Up

Setting Up

This an image of the warp once I had finished threading it up.

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Time Lapse of me threading Up the loom today! I wish it took this long in real life! 😭 p.s unintentionally matched my warp 🤦🏼‍♀️😂 💛

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On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a photo of me sampling on the loom. This is my lambs wool warp where I was experimenting with a zig zag lifting plan, as inspired by Roberta Claire.

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On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a photo of me sampling on the loom. This is my lambs wool warp where I was experimenting with a zig zag lifting plan, as inspired by Roberta Claire.

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On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a photo of me weaving a sample on the TC2 that I had developed on Pointcarre. It is a design I developed from my sketchbook work and turned into a repeat on CAD.

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Warping

Warping

This is a photo of me making one of my warps. This one was made up of fancy and synthetic yarns and had rich, saturated colours to add some richness to my collection.

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On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a photo of me weaving a sample on the TC2 that I had developed on Pointcarre. It is a design I developed from my sketchbook work and turned into a repeat on CAD.

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On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a photo of me weaving a sample on the TC2 that I had developed on Pointcarre. It is a waffle I have developed on Pointcarre to experiment with on an end on end warp with fancy yarns.

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On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a photo of me weaving a sample on the TC2 that I had developed on Pointcarre. It is a design I developed from my sketchbook work and turned into a repeat on CAD.

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On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a photo of me weaving a sample on the TC2 that I had developed on Pointcarre. It is a design I developed from my sketchbook work and turned into a repeat on CAD.

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On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a picture on the loom of me weaving my silk warp. For this I had a deflected double cloth threaded. With this I was able to explore and create some really interesting textures. Using the fancy yarns with the fine silk worked really nicely. I also did plain weave samples completely using silk and creating checks.

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On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a picture on the loom of me weaving my silk warp. For this I had a deflected double cloth threaded. With this I was able to explore and create some really interesting textures. Using the fancy yarns with the fine silk worked really nicely. I also did plain weave samples completely using silk and creating checks.

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On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a picture on the loom of me weaving my silk warp. For this I had a deflected double cloth threaded. With this I was able to explore and create some really interesting textures. Using the fancy yarns with the fine silk worked really nicely. I also did plain weave samples completely using silk and creating checks.

©JennywDesigns

On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a picture on the loom of me weaving my silk warp. For this I had a deflected double cloth threaded. With this I was able to explore and create some really interesting textures. Using the fancy yarns with the fine silk worked really nicely. I also did plain weave samples completely using silk and creating checks.

©JennywDesigns

On the Loom

On the Loom

This is a picture on the loom of me weaving my silk warp. For this I had a deflected double cloth threaded. With this I was able to explore and create some really interesting textures. Using the fancy yarns with the fine silk worked really nicely. I also did plain weave samples completely using silk and creating checks.

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Branding

Branding

This is a photo of my branding I put together for my degree show exhibition. I laser cut my own hangers out of mount board and engraved my logo onto them. I made mini versions to also double up as business cards.

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Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

This is a behind the scenes shot of a photoshoot I did for my final collection visualisations. I Photoshopped my fabrics onto the model afterwards.

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©Antony Woolmer Photography

Behind the Scenes

Behind the Scenes

This is a behind the scenes shot of a photoshoot I did for my final collection visualisations. I Photoshopped my fabrics onto the model afterwards.

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©Antony Woolmer Photography

Visualisations

Visualisations

This is an image of some of my visualisations coming together. As part of my collection I created ‘Pattern Packs’ of information, designs, specifications and visualisations for if people wanted to create the fabric or garment shape themselves. Similar to an old knitting pattern you used to buy. It is to encourage people to create a connection with their clothes again and bring back making your own clothes and keeping these skills alive.

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