Black and white table runner in twill and basket weaves. Flecks of color add depth, interest. 17 inches wide, 94 inches long, and hemmed for a fine finish. Sales upcoming in November and December here at at the studio. Or make an appointment to take this gorgeous piece home. Here’s to the last day of summer! Follow me…
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An elegant table top. An utterly unique design. Graphic, clean, gentle. 100% cotton, handwoven and available at the studio. 34 inches by 32 inches. To see it, and much more, arrange a visit to the studio soon. Follow me at Pinterest and @aktextiles on Instagram.
The Long View
Wear The Sky, shown here at full length, now for sale at the studio. Follow me at Pinterest and @aktextles on Instagram. Or make a visit!
Coat for Spring
Full of light, my handwoven Coat for Spring is ready for you at the studio today. Follow me at Pinterest and @aktextiles. Make a visit!
These four handwoven cotton cloths are 17 x 24. Each has a red stripe, visible or not, according to how you fold them. Panels of color for your home, wherever you live. Available from the studio today. Follow me at Pinterest and @aktextiles. Cheerful!
Beret. Designed and knit by AiahRachel. Feed your head! Exclusively available at the studio. Make a visit soon. Follow me at Pinterest and @aktextiles.
Red and Black
On the loom today, table mats in red and black. Woven in canvas weave on 252 threads. 2016 is here! Make a visit! @aktextiles on Instagram, and follow me on Pinterest.
Wrap your bread. Wrap a gift. Use cloth, in the Japanese tradition of furoshiki. This cloth is 100 percent cotton, woven in a twill weave plaid.
A warm and strong boa scarf, featuring tweedy woolens, ribbons, lace, and the treasured oddments of a textile designer’s life. Warm and glamorous. Available at the studio, so arrange a visit today, and follow me at Pinterest and @aktextiles. Warm up!
Mixing green frizette and aqua cotton with Liz’s hand spun mohair yarns makes a stunning combination. This knit design forms a triangle scarf when tied in front. Look for it at the Charlottesville Waldorf School Holiday Bazaar, Saturday, December 5, 2015, http://www.cwaldorf.org. Southerstone Homestead Farm is Liz Cherry’s booth.