In its manufacturing, weaving is flat. It is only in the process of cutting and sewing that the flatness can assume a three-dimensionality. The work examines how dimension can be generated directly in the weaving process.
The aspect of dimension is explored via the design parameters of multiple weaves, voids, drawstrings and specifically selected weft connections. By cancelling the colour, the project focuses purely on technique, while simultaneously defining the research stages. After evaluating each arrangement, the complexity is increased by applying new combinations. The results form the potential basis for a variety of technical and fashion applications of dimension, minus offcuts and with fewer processing steps.