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Submitted by Mary Rios Lulich on Tue, 10/04/2011 - 21:46
In the plate the dominate color is the off-white or beige in the center. In the symetrical wrapping the dominate color is the neutral, what is the dominate color in the assymetrical wrapping? What do you want it to be?
PS :Those are either tiny plates or BIG wrappings!
I think i don't have a dominate color in the assymetrical wrap. Is that what i'm missing?! I'll try again.
Photoshop magic makes the plate the right size!
The left side would be the outer edge and the right side would butt
up to the central panel for pick up then mirror this wrapping on the
I was pleasantly suprised by how elegant the B&W look. I like
the variety in the narrow stripes so I think I will use all of them but
in a different order; the blacker ones on the outside near the black
Note: When I do a wrapping for a warp faced textile (sett here at
60epi) I only wrap half the warp or just one shed. Wrapping all warps
distorts the proportion. The narrow black band near the black border
will have alternating B&W ends just like the central pick-up panel
and will have alternating B&W bars when woven instead of being solid
black as it appears here.
Next step is write out a warping sequence, carefully. Then double check it before starting to warp.
This black and white looks exquisite! Really elegant!