Middle English: from Old French frenge, based on late Latin fimbria, earlier a plural noun meaning ‘fibers, shreds’.
Working with a new material, Supima Cotton. Thinking about textile history. Fringe was used to prevent a fiber sheet from unraveling in early history. Later on, fringe is ornamental, associated with high society. Beginning experiments.
By hand. Taking raw cotton and making various lines.
Size range 11" to 2".
Raw cotton submerged in hot water with turmeric. Sculpted while hot.