Wednesday, 25 November 2015

What's Available on November 25, 2015

I'd planned to post a "what's available" update this week, and now I see it's exactly one month to you-know-what. After Alison's recent open house in Ottawa and Jane's booth at the medieval market in Williams Lake, BC, we know that some people might be interested to know what's available at each location.

Alison has a good selection of cotton hand towels, as well as wool and cotton blankets. A new shipment is on its way to her now, and she'll have a booth at the First Ave. craft sale on Saturday November 28 at the school (73 First Ave). If you're in Ottawa or nearby, feel free to check out the craft sale or contact Alison at alison@cariboohandwoven.ca for a visit in her house.

Jane has the following available in her studio:

Cotton hand towels - $30 each

Six in blues and greens, two each with a little orange or burgundy:




Three in greens on light tones:



... and a new batch of towels that are woven on cream, beige, yellow and light teal stripes with a wide range of colours, in soft shades:




... and stronger overall colour schemes.





Bath towels - $80 each

I'm down to two after they sold really well at the medieval market. :-)

Wool Blankets

SH079 | $250

SH084 | From the Autumn Storm series | Felted and thick | $175 

SH116 | Wool with about 25% mohair | Peyto Lake blanket | $350

SH119 | (Small flaw running lengthwise) | $225

SH129 | From the Energy Series | $250

I'll be weaving more wool blankets in the next few weeks; please contact me if you have some colour preferences or you're interested in seeing what's new from the loom.

Cotton Blankets - $170 hemmed, $200 fringed

Three general colour schemes are shown below with samples:

Blues


Reds, blues and purple


Creams and beiges


Feel free to contact me for measurements, photos or related items to see more of what I have, at cariboojane@shaw.ca or jane@cariboohandwoven.ca. Studio visitors are most welcome if they arrange a time with me (and to check that our driveway is plowed).

Some Cariboo Handwoven products are also available in Williams Lake: wool blankets at the Station House Gallery, cotton blankets at Dandelion Living, and towels at Bloom 'N' Gifts. Check those locations if you'd like and you'll also see more artisan products than simply mine.

Enjoy the season!

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