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This extra-large scale handwoven tapestry weaving has a unique story. A single sheep named Peanut provided a portion of the wool and inspired the name of this textile piece. While working on large works for a gallery exhibit in Sonoma, California this piece came to life in the most unexpected way. My vision was to create a minimal and modern wall hanging that would suspend from a large oblong octagon piece of walnut wood that I had custom-designed specifically for this piece. I organically created the upper woven white on white shape with different depths and textures, but I was struggling with how to finish the piece. After sifting through some old scrap yarn, I came across a long-forgotten blue fiber. I immediately knew that a deeper blue version of such yarn would make the perfect finishing touch. I contacted Mary, the small farm owner in Napa, California of whom it belonged and we collaborated to create my vision. She custom hand-dyed the fiber in a small-batch making it a one of a kind element. 



  • Measures 51" [from top of hanging bar to bottom] x 88" wide
  • Hung on a custom designed solid walnut wood beam
    • Milled specifically for this piece by a local small business in Rohnert Park, CA


  • Natural white Rambouillet Wool Roving
  • Natural white New Zealand Sheep’s Wool
    • Hand-felted in Nepal, sustainably sourced from a local San Francisco based business
  • Blue Luster long wool, alpaca & kid mohair blend
    • grown & hand dyed by a farm & business owner in Napa, CA


Due to the extra large size of this piece, please select the "Pick up" option at checkout, once purchased I will contact you to schedule pick up or delivery. You may also email me prior to purchasing at

Local delivery & installation is available for an additional fee, fee depends on distance and complexity of installation. 

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