Heart #055 Triaxial Stars

Heart #055 is a heart prepared using the triaxial weaving technique. The heart is made using the principles explained for the “Triaxial Heart” #047; first you weave the heart from two layers, then you insert the strips of the third. To generate the star pattern every third (yellow) strip has been replaced with one in…

Christmas Workshops

Attend one of this year’s cozy Christmas workshops with PaperMatrix. We shall make chiming woven 3D bells. The bells can right now be seen in the department store Magasin Du Nord in Copenhagen, who has chosen to use them in this year’s Christmas decorations. There will also be an opportunity to learn to weave cones,…

Heart #054 Ghosts

The small Ghost Heart #054 is another variation of the swirling Heart #003. If you are familiar with weaving #003, preparing the Ghost Heart is simple. The heart is much like #003, but not quite the same and we include detailed instructions.       Cut out and fold the two parts along their line…

Heart #053

    The ongoing Yayoi KUSAMA exhibition IN INFINITY at the Danish museum of modern art Louisiana has inspired Anna to design another spiral heart.    Heart #053 is made from two parts each prepared from two layered pieces of the same shape. += += You weave the heart just as explained and illustrated for…

Cone #025 Triangles and Squares

The arms for the Cone #025 with Triangles and Squares are made following principles like those used for Heart #052 with Triangles and Squares. For the Cone you first prepare two assemblies with each 6 arms from four pieces of different colour and then you weave the two assemblies together like the simple Cone #001.…

Heart #052 More Triangles and Squares

    Heart #052 is a variation of Heart #051 Triangles and Squares, designed to amplify a large checkered pattern. The heart is made from eight different colours.     The pattern occurs because the strips of Piece 1 and 3 (as well as Piece 2 and 4) are mixed. In that way the combination…

Heart #051 Triangles and Squares

    Heart #051 has a pattern of squares and triangles in the style of one of the patterns of the marble floor in Basilica di San Marco, Venice.       Each of the heart’s two parts consists of four layers. The pattern is easy to both cut and weave – weaving, however with…