I’ve had a quiet obsession with this Tibetan form of weaving over the past year. Nomads of Tibet weave these tiny pieces to form the base of a traditional slingshot they use to herd + protect their yak. Back in Tibet last May, I visited our partner workshop hoping the oldest and most badass lady artisans could finally teach me. When I got there they were gone, all had taken off for the high mountains for the annual mushroom harvest. So over the past few months I’ve been learning from my mento...