Change in culture is fascinating to look back on historically. “Lean in” refers to the defining, planning and implementation of a change process.
I am coiling and twining over a core bundle of 4-ply waxed linen strands of all the colors to be pulled from the bundle to wrap/coil (allowing for complex patterns). I wrap one color (one strand) at a time around the core to create a solid color and changing the strand to another color to create a pattern. To prevent tangling, I keep the core strands short, requiring constant splicing. NOTE that the wrapped/coiled strands do not overlap; each wrap is laid over the core side-by-side. I use a tapestry needle to facilitate twining (figure-8 stitch) to attach one row of coiling to another).
- David Becker