I specialize in ’La Fibre?’ handwoven plant-fibre textiles that resemble refined craftsman pieces, in a line of fabrics and products whose finishes reflect a lifestyle in harmony with nature. My work has been shown at the 1999 Paris Furniture Fair, Maison & Objet 1988 & Decorex London 1997. The most recent ’La Fibre?’ collection is fully adapted to decoration and furniture professionals. Abaca fabrics (90 cm wide) are woven from a simple base and are used for transparency: blinds, screens, lamp shades; they may also be made on a double base for a more opaque finish, for furniture, wall drapes or coordinated with braid work. The collection comprises 9 abaca embroideries, in natural tones such as moka, prune and chestnut contrasted with blue and green. Curtains are fixed to window frames in small flat panels that may be bolted on or rolled on blinds. They may also be mounted on wooden battens running on a cable, or placed on a Japanese screen, to make several running panels.