When we moved into our house, this was one of my first projects and I love this woven toilet sign! I took the inspiration from the outhouse that my in-laws have at their cottage.
I have let the birch crown "infect" outside the painting's square shape to create a more vivid image. The real stones serve the same purpose.
I weave the board with different yarns and I dare say that most are 100% wool yarns. I mainly weave with residual yarn (yarn left over after a project) and second-hand yarn. This means that the yarn may differ from what you see in the pictures, but I always strive for it to be reminiscent of my original yarn.
It should also be pointed out that I weave freely (does not follow a specific pattern) so the paintings will not be identical to the one you see in the picture. But that's the way it is with crafts, unlike factory-made, every craft becomes unique!
Woven toilet sign
The woven board is 15 x 15 cm and then a few cm is added for the wooden stick in which the board is hung.
Mostly wool yarn (residual yarn and second hand).
The weaving thread is carpet warp (50% Cotton, 50% Polyester).
Wooden stick and stones from our plot.