Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Life Changes

The website is offline due to my disease.  I am working to heal breast cancer.  Once the brain is back together I will continue to post and share.  I'm told this will be a year off to heal.

Sunday, April 26, 2015

Downsizing....Loom for Sale

I've decided I need to downsize my studio so I'm selling my cotton yarns at a huge discount and selling on of my looms.  This is a lovely loom, great workmanship.  It is a Loomcraft 8 harness, 12 treadle loom.  It will weave anything you want except rugs.  It comes with lease sticks, 2 reeds at 12 and 6 dent, and an amazing loom bench.  Any questions be sure to email me.  I'm asking $1500

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

Silk/Wool new colors

I've been dyeing yarn and fiber lately.  Here are the new colors for the washable merino wool/silk combination.  It's a 50/50 blend...very nice!

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Sunday, December 14, 2014

Organic Cotton washcloth sets and towels!

I make a lovely washcloth set using the organic cotton fabric and rolled hems.  They are approximately 12 x 12.
Once used they soften and feel wonderful  I've included 3 in the handmade paper bag with or without a bar of  mild moisturizing handmade soap.  There are 2 scents in the smaller bars right now, a light sandlewood and light lavendar scent.  You can see a detail of some of the washcloths.  I usually like to put 3 different types into the set a plain pebble or herringbone, waffle weave and a chenille.  These are all organic cotton.
You can choose between the all natural or brown or a combination of both!
I have an 18x24 inch towel offered also.  You can specify the type of fabric and if you'd like the brown hemming.
These are available on my website 
or my Etsy store
Send a note if you want something not listed in the shopping cart.  These are organic cotton towels with the ruffle edge.  
Both of these are lovely to use or give as a gift.
I will take custom orders and adjust shipping cost for your area.

Wednesday, November 5, 2014

October Botanical "Eco" Print Scarves

It's been so long since I've posted.   Just an awful lot happening in life isn't there?  Here are some of the recently finished scarves I've been working on.

The first is using an iron to change the colors on the courser silk from Cambodia

This is on Flat Silk Scarves

Purple carrot, Prickly Pear Cactus fruit "tunas", onion skins and leaves

I used copper to get the blue colors.  You can see the 3 leafed sumac and onion skins here

these are some Japanese Maple leaves