Carpe Diem

Carpe Diem. A cape. Wear in the traditional way, or tossed over your shoulder: those vintage buttons will keep things in line. On sale at Ewe Fibers, 617 West Main Street, Charlottesville. My show and sale at Ewe Fibers is on until year’s end and Ewe is open Tuesday-Saturday from 11 a.m. on. Don’t delay! Support small…

For the Table

Is there anything more pleasing than cotton and linen? Table mats, handwoven, machine washable, strong and not fussy: useful cloth. On sale now at the studio. Make a visit soon! Nov. 5 is the first open studio Saturday this year, and I look forward to seeing you.

Stash Sacks

These Stash Sacks are handmade from my cloth collection: some are painted, some are dyed, some are woven. All are useful, washable, easy to carry sacks ready for just about anything. Each one is signed. Talk about beautiful!  Get ready for sales days coming up soon: November 5, November 19, December 3, December 17. Studio will…

Blanket

Log Cabin blanket, handwoven in white and pale green cottons. Generously sized at 72 inches by 63 inches, with a short fringe. Light in weight, this is an easy cover for a cool summer night. Machine washable, air dry. Follow me at Pinterest and @aktextiles on Instagram.

Singular

Beret. Designed and knit by AiahRachel. Feed your head! Exclusively available at the studio. Make a visit soon. Follow me at Pinterest and @aktextiles.

Two Arms!

Announcing: Two Arms! Come and play with Andrea Korotky and friends! Saturday, May 10, 10am-2pm on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville Join Craft Cville in bringing craft to the masses! This roving performance will combine art, theater, craft, and wonderment with re-purposed materials and our own two arms. We’ll use the technique of arm knitting…

Caps

In yellow, blue, and white, these little caps are right for now. Yesterday’s winds made me glad I had mine on. Stretched down over your ears, or rolled up for a jaunty and light-hearted look, these caps are perfect. Lots of other colors are on offer at A. Korotky Studio in Charlottesville. I knit them up…