Scarf #42 is a silkscreen with handcoloring. The mesh is made from a scan of a large net I worked on during a residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP) recently. The residency was funded by the Lenore Tawney Foundation and provided an opportunity for me to explore textile structures “off loom.” The butterflies are representative of a collaborative aspect of the nets I was making: Amanda Friedman provides me with ceramic weights to tie into the nets, some of them in the form of moths and butterflies. An unexpected outcome of the very experimental research facilitated by the residency was a print project with Marina Ancona at 10 Grand Press. I have begun using my weavings as print matrices, essentially drawing with fibers and putting them through the press. The translation of net to silkscreen in this scarf hints at this new aspect of my work with fibers.