The hanging looks good hanging either horizontal or vertical and the dimensions are 25"x 48"
I thought I would create some small botanical weavings for the holidays---using dried grasses and flowers mostly from The Garden of One Thousand Buddhas. I am using jute for my 6" wide warp with dried lavender, lily pods, willow, and I'm not sure what other things are called.
I just love all the subtle color changes. It is refreshing after all the color I usually work with.
Below is catmint and mullen combined with willow and ornamental grasses.
These little beauties are so much and easy to make that they make good projects to teach beginners as well as making charming gifts. The assortment below can be seen (and purchased) at Meadowsweet Herbs in Missoula, Montana
The other interesting aspect of Botanical Weaving is that gardeners can supply their own material from their gardens as a way to remember some of their special plants. Some plants can be woven in bloom and then dried in the weaving. (so you watch the weaving change over time). Those brown balls are the seed heads of bee-balm, one of my favorites. And there is no rule that says you can't combine a little leftover ikat yarn in the weft.