Karen M’Closkey and Keith Vandersys of Peg OLA have been making interesting projects with the use of parametric software and laser cut weed fabric. Patterns are precut to customized designs which are then laid out on site and seeded. The inexpensive and relatively easy installation and maintenance are helping them to create interesting landscape features.
I was thinking that something similar could be done on even more simply by unrolling the weed barrier fabric and experimenting with folding and cutting (much the way you might with paper dolls or paper snow flakes) to create interesting designs that you can lay out on the ground.
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