Estelle Bourdet Weavings

Originally from the Swiss Alps and now living in Kalmar, Sweden, Estelle Bourdet creates handwoven textiles by using hand-dyed yarns and repurposing fabrics. Her woven wall hangings, rugs and bags incorporate unconventional materials such as climbing rope for a heightened sense of tactility. 

Estelle Bourdet La Cordee Narrow Wall Hanging

AUD 575.00
Size: One Size

Originally from the Swiss Alps and now living in Jostedal, Norway, Estelle Bourdet creates handwoven textiles by using hand-dyed yarns and repurposing materials.

She crafts this wall hanging with a chunky rope weft, repurposing climbing rope that can no longer be used. The warp is made from cotton and is finished with long fringed ends, heightening the sense of tactility.

Being handmade, each varies in colour, pattern and form.

This item is part of our New Makers programme. In its fifth year, five makers demonstrating excellence in skill, originality and craftsmanship have been chosen by a TOAST panel. We offer business and marketing advice, as well as a platform to sell their pieces until the end of this year, with full profits being returned to them.

If you place an order today, it will be made for you and then sent to you directly from Estelle Bourdet. Delivery is included in the price but, as this item is dispatched from Norway, import duties and local sales tax may be payable on receipt for countries outside of Norway. This is determined by the type of item you are ordering and the value. Please be aware that these charges are paid separately to the carrier and are not included in the price payable to TOAST, which only includes the item and delivery. Any charges paid on receipt are non-refundable should you choose to return the item.


Spot clean if needed. Repurposed polyester rope.
Made in Norway.
Approx. W 20cm x L 50cm x D 1.5cm.
This item is made entirely by hand, so no two will be the same. There will be small, pleasing imperfections and irregularities in each piece.

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Estelle Bourdet | New Makers

Last month, weaver Estelle Bourdet upped sticks from her home in Kalmar on the Swedish coast to start a new life in the wilds of Jostedal, Norway with her partner Sebastian, a glacier guide and beekeeper. “We are now living in a little red house that Sebastian renovated,” says Estelle. “It’s in a valley close to some big glaciers and above the Sognefjord, which is Norway’s longest fjord.”

In the Studio with Estelle Bourdet