All twelve tapestries assigned to this group are woven over a double warp, then split, and woven in two layers. The front layer is constructed with long slits. Before mounting the finished work, these slits are opened up and carefully shaped so as to expose the back layer. The weft is either paper yarn or Burette-Silk. Both of these materials hold the intended shape of the slits beautifully, producing interesting raised surfaces and allowing to see the differently colored or patterned back layer.
These tapestries were woven on a specially prepared vertical loom between 1998 and 2003. The larger pictures are fitted for hanging, the small formats are mounted onto perspex frames in a way which permits to present them either resting flat on a surface or hanging.