I often use my Okinawan High Loom tom-tom (loom beater) for both weaving and display, but today i’m displaying my handwoven Bingata pouches another way…
On my Tom-Tom today…
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4 thoughts on “On my Tom-Tom today…”
This is beautiful – Is the top piece just stiched onto the bottom? or stiched to the back? What is the size of these pieces? What a great idea!
Kris, These pouches are handwoven linen and hemp. A separate Bingata natural dyes fabric was machine sewn onto the handwoven fabric. The pouches are about the size of a woman’s wallet. Heartfelt thanks for your comments!
Arigatou Gozaimasu (ありがとうございます。)!