Archives for category: one-of-a-kind

akbluebeadcapeLight in weight. Warm and textured. Seamed with vintage blue buttons. Blue Button Cape is for sale at Ewe Fibers, 617 West Main Street, Charlottesville. Stop in and say hello to Deren and admire her fine new yarn shop. My show, Cloth for Cloth’s Sake, will be on view until the end of this year. Ewe Fibers is open Tuesday-Saturday from 11 on! Get over there!

aktwowaycapeCarpe 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 businesses, always.

 

 

aksnow2Handwoven in the softest of white wool, with rayon for shine and glimmer. Light as fresh snow; warm and durable.  Snow Wedding is a 5-thread huck weave blanket, 75 inches by 54 inches. A feature of my upcoming show at Ewe, a new yarn shop at 617 West Main Street in Charlottesville, Va. First Friday event is December 2 from 5-7 p.m.

ak1119signLooking forward to seeing you here! Let’s connect.

inthevineyardplaid1Shimmering with possibilities, catching the light, strong colors, full of promise. In The Vineyard Plaid. 100% cotton, handwoven, hemstitch finish, 18 inches by 76 inches. Available at the studio now, so be sure to arrange a time to visit. Follow me at Pinterest, @aktextiles on IG.

Balls are Ready!

We’ve prepared loads of beautiful yarn balls so you can jump right in and start Arm Knitting with us tomorrow, Saturday May 10, from 10-2. We will be knitting on the Charlottesville downtown mall so do join us, pick a ball up, and we will show you how easy it is to Arm Knit. You make it and take it away! Two Arms!

Toasty

These hand and wrist warmers are lovely. The woolen ones, are soft and comforting; the sparkling ones are a lacey and fanciful delight. They are on sale now at A. Korotky Studio in Charlottesville. Let me know you want them!
Hand knit by Andrea Korotky, of course.