- Hand-woven herringbone indigo
February 2nd, 2014The blue-stained trail of farce and fiasco begins anew, with a hand-woven 3-1 twill of the very finest rope-dyed indigo.
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- The Dobcoat
December 13th, 2013Right now at the one-man-mill: the first cloth woven on the first power loom in the capital since the Great Exhibition.
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- Rope-dyed indigo, pt. 4
June 27th, 2013The first, and perhaps the last, rope-dyed indigo-cotton blazer hand-woven and hand-made in London, is finished.
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- Anti-craft movement
May 27th, 2013"Weaving is an industry. It is not a craft," says the one-man-mill, flanked by his clanking chain-powered colleagues.
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- Rope-dyed indigo, pt. 3
May 13th, 2013Pattern-developments begins on a garment that may or may not be considered a type of workwear.
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- Rope-dyed indigo, pt. 2
January 5th, 2013The start of the year finds the one-man-mill picking up where he left off: indigo newly wound, ready for weaving.
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- Rope-dyed indigo, pt. 1
December 17th, 2012Work begins afresh at the one-man-mill. Rope-dyed indigo this time; two colours warp and one weft ready to wind.
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- London weaving, pt. 4
December 7th, 2012Wool-tweed woven, peacoats made, and now, as work with the one-man-mill draws to a close, papers printed.
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- London weaving, pt. 3
November 11th, 2012And so to the looms for the third, final, and easily most painstaking part of the making-tweed-in-London project.
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- London weaving, pt. 2
October 24th, 2012Making bespoke wool-tweed from yarn of British sheep enters stage two: winding of tens of thousands of metres of warp.
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