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Cutting of Tapestry: Marianne Sadik

by on Aug.06, 2011, under Blog Posts

Marianne cutting off her wonderful tapestry


Last Thursday, August 4th, our local tapestry group met at the home of Marianne Sadik.  Not only was it our regular meeting date, but member Marianne had finished weaving her tapestry and wanted to share the cutting off with her weaving friends who each cut a few warp threads.   Her tapestry was woven at 12 epi using cotton seine twine for warp and paternayan wool for the weft.  It depicts her two homes…the one where she was born and raised, England, which is symbolized  by the acorn, and her life here in Canada with her husband, Sadik, symbolized by the fir cone.  The tree of life in the centre joins these two journeys.  Marianne is a very talented and thoughtful weaver although she has only been weaving for 3 years.  (photo courtesy of Audrie Sands)

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