LiminalWEAVE

Handwoven textiles for you and your home

Announcement    Welcome to my shop! LiminalWEAVE offers handwoven textiles on the threshold between art and craft. All are woven by hand on my loom using thoughtfully sourced materials, and each item is completely unique. You can follow my weaving journey on Instagram @veronicapock or join my mailing list at www.veronicapock.com
Please note that I will be on holidays from 10th-22nd August ... my shop remains open and any orders will be shipped upon my return on 23rd August. Sorry for the delay.

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Last updated on Aug 7, 2022

Welcome to my shop! LiminalWEAVE offers handwoven textiles on the threshold between art and craft. All are woven by hand on my loom using thoughtfully sourced materials, and each item is completely unique. You can follow my weaving journey on Instagram @veronicapock or join my mailing list at www.veronicapock.com
Please note that I will be on holidays from 10th-22nd August ... my shop remains open and any orders will be shipped upon my return on 23rd August. Sorry for the delay.

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New for autumn - Echos alpaca and organic wool combined with mixed yarns in a palette of steely blues, soft greys and browns.
Merino lambswool, injet printed linen and mixed linen, silk and wool make this handwoven scarf truly unique.
New in my shop this week and just off the loom: a collection of unique handwoven wool scarves ready for the cooler months.
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About LiminalWEAVE

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Handwoven textiles on the threshold between art and craft

Hi, I'm Veronica, a weaver and artist, the hands that do all the weaving at LiminalWEAVE.
Liminal means relating to a transitional stage or occupying a position at a boundary or threshold. That's where I see my weaving - on the threshold between art and craft.
I was intrigued to discover how textiles are made, and studied textile design at the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague as a change in career. I immediately loved the process of weaving, the fact that I can take a mass of unruly yarns and transform them into something useful, tactile and beautiful.
After leaving college, I set up my weave studio and began experimenting with different yarns. I fell in love with wool, and it plays a major part in most of my wearable work. Gently washing the wool softens the colours and gives interesting textural effects. Traditional techniques and a thoughtful sourcing of materials are at the heart of my work: softest Merino lambswool grown in Australia and spun in Yorkshire is combined with other natural materials and mill-end yarns, excess to the textile industry.
When I weave, I 'paint' with the yarn, translating my idea into a fabric using texture and colour.
I weave on an electronic hand-operated loom. Early on in my weaving realised that the experimental lengths of fabric I was creating were well suited to being used as scarves. And so the story of LiminalWEAVE began...

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