This elegant wrap is from very special wool. Hooligan yarns have a tiny flock of rescued sheep and produce their yarn in small batches per sheep so you know exactly where your item came from down to the name of the sheep. This one is from two sheep - Gordon and Gilbert - silky shimmery Gotland/Teeswater cross. I do this on a cotton warp so it gives it a good drape. Elegant yet practical. Available in other sheep!
This was a truly bespoke piece. I handpsun this coral Blue Faced Leicester wool and silk (which has tiny strands of gold shimmer in it) and then hand wove it.
This handwoven scarf uses a clasped weft technique to create two colours intertwining along the vertical. This was done in early soft and cosy alpaca
This clasped weft scarf is handwoven using hand dyed merino from Felt Fusion. The tonal pink is dyed to match the pink in the multicoloured shade. It has a really subtle sparkle in the yarn too. not bling like but just enough to catch a little in the right light. Do ask about other colours or check out Shadow's page on Pinterest. https://www.pinterest.co.uk/feltfusion/felt-fusions-colourways/
A special order of agapanthus blue wool on a cream cotton warp for a special gift. This is just starting out on its handwoven journey on the rigid heddle loom.
In clasped weft using shimmery Fyberspates yarn in sea green and aqua. This yarn is in a very soft mix of blue faced leicester and silk. I weave it on a cotton warp and it has a lot of drape so suitable for indoor and outdoor use. Check out Fyberspates Gleem Lace for other colourways. Spiced Plum and Tweed Imps is another great combination! http://fyberspates.com/gleem-lace/