Handwoven with bulky plum tones and turquoise yarn, this alpaca and acrylic shawl was made right here on our rigid heddle loom by Liz. The shawl measures approximately 21.5″ w x 78″ long plus knotted fringe. This thick shawl will look great with so many things and just surround you with warmth when your inside or outside. We recommend that you hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry.
This beautiful one of a kind white and teal handwoven shawl was made on a rigid heddle loom right here by Liz. It is 18.5″ wide and 94″ long with 5″ fringe and a part of our “2017 Light and Airy” woven series. It is made with Alpaca, acrylic and wool. Recommended hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry.
Shades of blue abound in this one of a kind handwoven shawl made with alpaca, acrylic and cotton. It is part of our “2017 Light & Airy” series and weighs around 8 oz. This shawl is 22″ wide x 80″ long and has 6″ long fringe. It is light and delicate, but has a wonderful crimped texture to the warp. Recommended hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry.
Warm and toasty with the colors of fall, this alpaca, acrylic & wool blend handwoven shawl is just the thing to ward of a chill with tones of brown, turquoise and rust. Made right here on a rigid heddle loom, it measures 20″ wide x 92″ long with 4″ fringe. Recommended hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry.
A light and delicate 100% white alpaca handwoven shawl with a repeating “window” pattern. Woven on a rigid heddle loom with our lace and fingering weight alpaca yarns. The shawl measures 22″ wide x 94″ long with 7″ fringe and only weighs 6 oz! Recommended hand wash in cold water and lay flat to dry.
A truly unique and one of a kind piece of art! Inspired by the colors and textures in a frozen Margarita, this shawl measures 20.5″ wide x 100″ long and has 6″ long fringe and weighs over a pound. Comprised of both hand spun and commercial spun yarns in a wide assortment of materials including Sari silk, alpaca, nylon, wools and many more as well as our alpaca and firestar roving. The various textures are just fun! Not only can you wear this piece of art, you can hang it, or use it at the foot of a bed…endless options.
How the shawl started…
and fully finished and viewed…