Thursday, 9 July 2015

More Wool Blankets - in July!

These wool blankets were a slightly challenging project but totally worth it. I had a request for two new blankets in the Georgian Bay collection and I wanted to weave more wool blankets anyway, but I needed my head checked for wanting to work with wool and mohair when my upstairs studio was pretty warm at times - it sure is now. But, as I said - totally worth it. They're all woven in twill blocks in a broken twill pattern. Some have alternating yarns in the weft, which takes much longer to weave but - "totally worth it."

Here they are:

SH113 | 100% wool | 172 cm x 127 cm (67.5" x 50") | Sold

SH114 | 100% wool | 175 cm x 125 cm (69" x 49") | From the Georgian Bay collection -
showing water at bottom, rock with lichen, and trees above | Sold

SH115 | Wool and handspun mohair | 178 cm x 136 cm (70" x 53.5") |
From the Georgian Bay collection showing detail of sky with trees below | Sold

SH116 | Wool and mohair | 172 cm x 135 cm (67.5" x 53") | "Peyto Lake" | Sold

SH117 | Wool and handspun wool/mohair | 178 cm x 140 cm (70" x 55") | Sold

SH118 | Wool and handspun wool and wool/mohair | 197 cm x 138 cm (77.5" x 54.5") | Sold

As always, feel free to contact me for more photos or any enquiries - I'm at jane "at" cariboohandwoven "dot" ca or my email address above.

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