The first one I wove with my handspun wool that came from the Wenger Sheep Farm nearby. It has muted grey tones from natural variations in the fleece. And it's extra wide because the handspun is washed before I weave with it, so it's done all its minor shrinking before becoming part of the blanket.
The next one in the fall colours of heathery orange and gold is currently my Cariboo Handwoven photo on Facebook and has received many likes and compliments.
The last two are in blues because I can never have enough blue blankets (or towels) available. Each blanket has two harmonious shades of blue added to the greys and cream.
Here they are!
|SH159 | 100% wool with approx. 50% handspun from the Wenger Sheep Farm, |
Williams Lake, BC | 176 cm x 133 cm (69" x 52.5") | Sold
|SH163 | 100% wool | 193 cm x 128 cm (76" x 50.5") | Sold|
|SH166 | 100% wool | 183 cm x 127 cm (72" x 50") | Sold|
|SH167 | 100% wool | 173 cm x 125 cm (68" x 49") | Sold|
If you'd like more photos or information on any of these blankets, just let me know through a comment either here or on Facebook, or email me at: cariboojane "at" shaw "dot" ca.