Warp and weft

Canada, 1952

Film
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Weaving, one of man’s oldest arts, still offers pleasure and opportunity for self-expression to both beginner and expert. We watch a class of weavers, under expert guidance, “dress” their looms and weave the useful and attractive articles of their choice, a delicate evening scarf, fabric for a suit, or the practical table mats woven by a beginner. The process of weaving is seen in close-up and slow motion. Traditional Scottish and European designs are shown with excellent contemporary work from every part of Canada, indicating the popularity of the craft today.

Credits

director

Betty Brunke

producer

Tom Daly

production company

National Film Board of Canada

Language

English

Duration

00:09:48:00

Colour

Black and White

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