The ‘Moirai’ command the thread of life of every mortal from birth to death. Weaving, nurturing and storytelling, form part of the labour the typical woman was expected to perform. A long-established custom, grandmother’s handmade lace adorned the Holy loaf offer to church. Knitting, a form of domestic toil is seen as a reflection of a long tradition. These pieces are passed from one generation to another and represent strong links with family and culture. As the crochet is defunctionalized by plaster, weaving details are erased along with the stories of abuse endured. Through disrespect and vandalism against a devastated culture, the piece re-examines the trace of tradition and takes the role of preserving loss.