Furoshiki

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.

Tweed Boa

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!

Triangle Scarf

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. 

Silk

Liz Cherry’s handspun yarn: so rich in color and texture! When I wove this long scarf, made with yarn spun with silk and mohair curls, the dramatic colors came together in beautiful ways. See for yourself! For sale at the Charlottesville Waldorf School Holiday Bazaar, Saturday, December 5, 2015, http://www.cwaldorf.org. Look for Liz Cherry at her booth Southerstone Homestead…

Liz Cherry at Waldorf School

A triangle scarf knit with white mohair (soft and sweet) and linen yarns. For sale at the Charlottesville Waldorf School Holiday Bazaar, Saturday, December 5, 2015, http://www.cwaldorf.org. Look for Liz Cherry at her booth Southerstone Homestead Farm.  

A. Korotky 2015 Collection

My 2015 Collection of woven and knit works for Liz Cherry Art Yarns will be for sale at the Charlottesville Waldorf School Holiday Bazaar, Saturday, December 5, 2015. http://www.cwaldorf.org. Look for Liz Cherry at her booth Southerstone Homestead Farm. And watch this space as I will be posting images of several of the pieces here, on my…

Mohair Yarns 2015

Liz Cherry Jones and I have collaborated since 2013 and produced some really beautiful wearables. Her handspun and hand-dyed mohair yarn, shown here, is spectacular. I will be working up several pieces for her this year again. Such riches, don’t you think?

Neck Warmer

For this piece I used some of my rayon and silk stash and combined it with Liz Cherry’s Winter White Lace yarn. As in the previous scarf, I used only 20 yards of Liz’s yarn to make this gorgeous neck warmer, and I had a set of old wooden knitting needles, size 36 to work…

Mohair and Gauze Scarf

I invented a quick loom technique to make this lovely piece using Liz Cherry’s Winter White Gauze Mohair yarn. Liz spins her yarn from her cherished mohair goats, and adds lovely bits to them – in this case some vintage gauze. I put this piece together with some silk from Habu Textiles and then added…

A. Korotky, black twill

Handwoven in cotton and rayon, this piece measure 16 x 101. The photo shows how elegantly this handwoven fabric drapes and sets itself apart. To be used for a cape, or a designed wrap, finished with dozens of buttons. Hand made by A. Korotky, prop., A. Korotky Studio