The Long Weave

Mike Gerrells from Harvest Church in Billings, MT brings us this look inspired by The Weave.

The wall frames were 3/4″ plywood cut 4″x8′ and made into a box frame with only 1 center support per 8′ x 8′ section. The weave was white Coroplast cut into 11″x8′ strips and stapled to the frame. Starting at the top, it was stapled to the back of the frame, then to the face in the center, then to the back. They started 3″ down and this time stapled to the face of the frame, then back of the center support, then to the face of the frame. They repeated that until they hit the bottom.

They used LED Tri Pars and LED strip lights to make the wall change colors. This set cost less than $500.

weave_wall_-_shad weave_wall_blue weave_wall_center weave_wall_light_check weave_wall_rehearsal weave_wall_side

3 responses to The Long Weave

  1. The set looks awesome! I saw that you lit the wall with LED Strips and Tri pars. Do you have a picture of lighting position in how you did that?

  2. great design. What lights exactly did you guys use and what is the positioning of them

  3. Really like this, does anyone have any further information on the lighting ?

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