West Coast Collection: 'Migration' Wall-Hanging
The 'Migration' wall-hanging is inspired by the migration of salmon through the rivers of the Pacific West Coast in Canada. Using a soft, recycled cotton cord, the material was integrated into woven backing by hand-manipulating the cord using traditional macrame techniques while still on the loom. The fluidity of the movement, repeating pattern and rich texture creates a strong visual focal point.
Each wall-hanging design in our West Coast Collection features a unique blend of lustrous cotton and kilcarra tweed which are chosen to add depth of colour and texture. Our distinctive style also features recycled cotton or wool roving, ensuring a rich combination of fibres and colours. When combined, these natural materials create soft, lightweight and textiles that will soften any interior.
This unique collection of wall-hangings features circular rings or macrame techniques that are inlayed while still on the loom. This complex process of integrating the design between rows of handwoven yarn creates a technical challenge that results in a soft and textured artwork. Choosing designs that cannot be mill-woven reflects our commitment to craftsmanship, time-honoured weaving traditions and cultivating an increasingly sustainable practice.
Wall-Hanging: 100% handwoven tapestry-style wall-hanging inlayed with hand-manipulated macrame pattern whilst on the loom
Materials: 30% Cotton, 65% Kilcarra Tweed, 5% Merino wool
Colour: Orange background featuring navy & cream inlay
Size: 40cm x 92cm
Presentation: Includes 50cm copper hanging rod and fixings
Commissions: Every wall-hanging is a one-of-a-kind. If you love this pattern or wish to select the colours to match your own interior setting, we would be delighted to work with you to create something special. Please get in touch via our contact page for enquiries.