First Loves: Colombia Handwoven Art Yardage

This piece is a custom work woven on a warp of organic cotton-linen with a weft of raw silk and sea cell/merino/silk. The sea cell blend is at the middle section and was dyed with natural dyes including marigold flowers, cochineal, black walnuts, sage and pomegranate skins. 

Draw #2

I just drew another name for Joyous Thunder, so check your inboxes. (And junk box in case it went there)

Preparing for winter

The north winds are blowing in, and I’m so happy I’ve got my little loom warped and ready to weave wooly things. This #merino and #alpaca #cowl sold before I had a chance to post about it, but there will be more in the month to come! . . . These are some weird shots… Continue reading Preparing for winter

Color block in the desert

I’m feeling super honored that the talented and beautiful @monicajanefrisell trekked out to the desert with me yesterday to photograph some of my work. You should check out her work too! Can’t wait to share the rest of the images! . . This scarf is all organic cotton-linen and disappeared very quickly from my Etsy… Continue reading Color block in the desert

French Silk

A few new creations ready for the world. This piece was woven on a warp of organic cotton linen with a weft of raw silk, French silk and Tussah silk. You can find them in my Etsy shop –

Hand-spun Blanket

This blanket found a new home this weekend, and I’m so grateful. It turned out more beautifully than I ever imagined, and although it is one of my more simple pieces, I have to say I am really proud of it. . . It is woven on a warp of organic cotton-linen with a weft… Continue reading Hand-spun Blanket

Moving Pieces

It’s been months in the making, but @meteoric.torc finally begins today! I, along with some wonderful friends including @chantalelenamitchell , will be performing at @desertarchaic gallery tomorrow (Saturday) night!!! @kyleparkercunningham working magic with the technology.