This episode we chat with Rodrick Owen about kumihimo and Peruvian braids. If you’re not familiar with kumihimo, it’s a Japanese style of braiding that creates beautiful and strong braids. The most common form of kumihimo is woven on a marudai, essentially a small round table with a hole in the center.
This episode Nancy Smith Kilkenny brings us a wonderful story of Mary Louise Van Dyke, and the paraments she wove for the Christ Episcopal Church in Oberlin, OH. We also hear from Alision Ricker, the sacristan charged with conserving and preserving those paraments.
- Christ Episcopal Church in Oberlin, Ohio
- Theo Moorman technique
- Flickr pictures of the paraments (Nancy Smith Kilkenny’s photostream)
Interview and Audio Editing
Nancy Smith Kilkenny