New Friends weavings are characterized by their use of geometric shapes, their embrace of imperfection, and a technique they often use that involves knotting pieces of fringe around the weft yarns. Shown here is a ball of roving, which is sheared from a sheep and comes in these large, wrapped balls. “They’re mostly for hand spinners, but they also make a really nice object,” says Segreti.
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New Friends weavings are characterized by their use of geometric shapes, their embrace of imperfection, and a technique they often use that involves knotting pieces of fringe around the weft yarns. Shown here is a ball of roving, which is sheared from a sheep and comes in these large, wrapped balls. “They’re mostly for hand spinners, but they also make a really nice object,” says Segreti.