Weaving Words

I love weaving words into inkle woven bands.


In this picture, Tottie Tomato is wrapped in the words of Dame Julian of Norwich’s prayer:

And all shall be well

and all shall be well

and all manner of things shall be well…



I love this prayer and say it allllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll the time……….

To pay homage to Dame Julian and her wonderful prayer,  I wove the bands that I used to shape her body (and her banner) on my inkle loom. I crocheted her hands and head, and wove the remainder of the elements of the sculpture on various other small looms.

I use a simple pickup technique for weaving words.

A picture is worth a thousand words, so I think I should put ‘do a video of  weaving words’ on my to do list!

The images in this blog entry are copyright and not to be used by anyone else for anything else….



Filed under Loom & looms & small loom weaving, weaving & handwoven

10 responses to “Weaving Words

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  2. It just amazes me how you can crochet in 3D without a pattern.

    The prayer is beautiful yet simple – like a mantra. Thanks for sharing.


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  4. Hello Eileen
    Crochet is so wonderful- it’s painterly AND sculptural! I love the way I can go in any direction I want with it.
    I agree- Dame Julian’s prayer is beautiful place to rest our hearts and minds!


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  9. Wow… I love this idea. Very inspiring 🙂 Thank you 🙂


  10. Thank you so much, Ketutar!


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