What happens when colors fly together. Newest shoulder-hugging shrug. In dozens of colors and mixes of cottons and silks and rayon yarns. $150.
Here are the Kumihimo kits. The Loome Tool makes this 7-thread braiding tool, and I added hemp yarns and cotton yarns and a clothes pin to keep it all together and tidy. It’s ready to go! Just right for someone on your list! $22. Buy now
A wrapping cloth, all cotton, woven in twill weave. Used here to wrap fruit. Also! wrap your bread at table for dinner tonight. 15×25. $50. Buy now
There are times when a gorgeous shadow weave stole is the only way to go. Pines Stole is all cotton, and 23 inches by 110 inches, with a knotted fringe. Now is one of those times! $325. Buy now
A little bit of cover. Added flecks of color. Plus elegance! And two vintage buttons on the sleeves. One size fits most. $160. Buy now
Rushing out this cold morning Many Birds around my neck. Silk and softest woolen yarns handwoven in a pointed twill. Warm, strong, sure. 16 by 78, hemstiched. $150.
Heartland, an elegant wrap woven in linen and cotton. 18 inches by 96 inches. Knotted fringe. $375. Buy now
Waffle weave scarf in cotton and softest wool. 9 ½ inches x 53 inches, knotted fringe. $50. Buy now
Houndstooth check woven in hemp and cotton. A clean and versatile wrap or scarf. 13 inches by 93 inches. $255. Buy now
All In! Is a many-colored wrap, or scarf, depending on your use. Rosepath weave, 100% cotton. 22 inches x 79 inches, rolled hem. Rosepath weave is reversible, as you can see in this first image. $200. Buy now