One of the things that baby wraps making requires is embroidery skill. I used to do the cross-stitching years ago, but with the Silky Weave wraps I decided to offer a free hand embroidery. I watched videos, read about various stitches, and practiced. So, I am happy with my skills now, and here are recent … More Middle markers
I have been radio silent for more than a year, maybe? Lots of changes in my life, first health (all dealt with, and almost recovered), then a trip to Japan for 5 weeks to study Japanese, and finally, last fall, coming back to my office work. But I do weave in between all of that, … More Dance in the moonlight
A lovely piece, woven in a pattern I have not tried before, on hand-painted warp and a natural while Seasilk.
“Into the sunset” collection is woven on hand-painted mercerized cotton. This is the second time when I paint the warp after putting it on the loom. This wrap is woven with silk / baby camel weft, in natural colour and hearts weave pattern. And this beauty is 300 GSM.
I have been experimenting with painting a white warp after I put it on the loom. Here is a piece from Tabula Rasa collection, started as a white cottolin warp: And this is a piece from “Into the sunset collection”, where I aimed for a gradient transition from indigo to white:
Now you can rent a handwoven wrap from the Silky Weave! Details here: link
A beautiful off-white wrap. Woven on a white cottolin warp, with natural Supima cotton, this wrap has amazing softness and grip. Available for sale on Etsy.