Rearrange Your Weave

You know those sequels to sequels to movies based on a book. Ya…it’s kinda like that. Somehow it’s still good! Check out Yoel Torres and Potential Church‘s rework of their Weave set based on The Weave, which was based on Taste the Rainbow. Are you confused yet?

The folks at Potential decided they wanted to get a little more mileage of their version of the Weave. So they rearranged the Coroplast panels to create something new for Easter. The panels were 16′ high and 8′ wide. The frames were made by 8 foot lengths of 2″x2″s. They used both white and translucent Coroplast for the design.

The center drum riser was all on wheels. They moved it forward for worship, then pushed it back and covered the drums for the teaching. Cool!

9 responses to Rearrange Your Weave

  1. great job! love this design!

  2. epic! my favorite one of this month!

  3. Awesome!!!!!! Just Amazing who did this design and what would this cost to do

    • the original was done by Jeff Abbott, and this is Yoel Torres’ version. It’s simply the cost of lumber and the $12 per sheet of 4×8′ coroplast. :)

    • Ray,
      It’s fairly low budget. Lumber from home depot, 2″x2″ 8′ sticks, about $1-2. 4’x8′ coroplast panels, white and translucent, $8 and $12. You’ll want to pick up some metal bracing support to reinforce the corners one the wooden frame.

  4. I Love This We are moving into a 15k sq ft warehouse are are looking for a great stage design that we can do on a limited budget like 3k this one may be out of reach but im open to and ideas

  5. A beautiful Design! Can you tell me where you bought you fabric? And how you assembled it to the wall?

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