Some people thrive on chaos. I am not one of them. I like order - everything in it's place. I also enjoy creating order out of chaos. That, in a fundamental way, is what weaving is about.
Weaving takes a highly chaotic element - string - and turns it into its most organized state - cloth. Along the way, the weaver adds organization to the string in various ways: chaining it in warps, sleying it in reeds, threading it through heddles, winding it on beams and bobbins. But these are just interim steps.
In the end, the only thing that holds the string in its most organized state is itself. Through a series of interlacements with others of its kind, string becomes cloth. That is, in itself, a miracle of creation.
Day 8 of Art Every Day Month.