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?
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…
Be among the first to see Liz Cherry Yarn at my open studio days in December. Liz is a local artisan and her gorgeous, handspun mohair yarn is exquisite. I am working on several very special scarves right now, and all will be available for sale. Skeins of her yarn will also be for sale!…
A. Korotky Studio Holiday Bazaar, Dec. 7, 14, 21, 2013
Red cape, vintage buttons, handwoven and handmade by Andrea Korotky. There will be lots of textiles, art, quilts, cards, and yarn at my upcoming open studio days in December.