I like to use this time to adopt the attitude of “out with the old and in with the new”. I don’t just mean a spring clean but it also the chance to change unhelpful beliefs, attitudes or thoughts that are stopping me from moving forward. Now is the perfect time to let go of limiting beliefs, get started with a new craft and learn new skills. So, why not take this chance and book a SAORI freestyle weaving class. Find out more here.
These good habits will explain why SAORI weaving is different.
Good Habit No.1 – Learn to let Go
Launching into something new and creating new habits can be quite difficult, especially in the craft world where we aim to use our hands to make something practical and useful with no end product in mind. We are used to selecting materials for a purpose, having a design in mind or planned beforehand, then working to complete that project. SAORI encourages us to work instinctively and use our intuition to work freely and creatively. Simply choose a colour and texture, sit down at the loom and start weaving. No decisions, no planning, no expectations. Continue reading 5 good habits anyone interested in SAORI weaving should develop