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In 2012, it has invited Lidewij Edelkoort to revive a production process called "gaufrage", embossing its velvets with a hot cylinder walses in a range of ten motifs.
Edelkoort has delved into an extensive archive of these copper cylinders — some dating back to the 1920s — all salvaged by Schellens from a Dutch factory just before it was about to be discarded.
Loom-woven mohair rugs and mats will cover the floor, raised slightly by scattered cushions, thin mattresses and small ottomans.
Heavy textiles will become tent canopies and looser weaves draped as billowing curtains.
These contemporary and appealing patterns have been re-released by Schellens and used to upholster furniture by the renowned Parisian retailer Caravane for Mohair South Africa's stand at Maison & Objet (Ethnic Chic stand #B48-C47, September 7 - 11, 2012).
to some anthropological studies, the mohair carpets made by indigenous Anatolian and Kurdish tribes are among the most primitive knotted weaves.
Schellens approaches the market for natural fibre weaves with insight and ingenuity.
From September 7 – 11, 2012, Mohair South Africa will be exhibiting at Maison & Objet in Paris.
This year’s stand is inspired by the travelling tribes: Nomadism animates a timeworn style that is faded by age, crafted by hand and coloured by beautiful dyes.
Edelkoort has designed a mohair colour forecast of deep hues for the nomadic interior (which can be downloaded below): a sandy neutral, cumin green, camel brown and an important new henna.
Bright accents such as Jaffa orange, Persian saffron, mustard green and turquoise blue will show how intense mohair's saturation can become, contrasted by jet black and slate grey.
Knitting collectives are springing up everywhere, empowered by the web and bringing people together in response to a human need for sharing experiences and stories while creating craft. The fibrous texture of tissue, the fuzzy follicles of hair, the string-like strands of veins and the bouncing qualities of flesh and skin all provide a starting point for new techniques and colors.