These large, lightweight, wraps can keep you cozy in many ways: as a shawl, as a scarf or as a throw. I think of them as offering a hug from mother earth and a grounding, direct connection to the natural dye and fiber materials. I handweave them on a loom also made in Vermont of local maple.
Quite literally “rooted,” the vibrant reds and shades of pink are from wild madder root that I dig from the ground in late fall, paired with two stripes of earthen-colored black walnut dye. Natural stone-colored fiber carries squares of diagonally aligned lace weave for transparency, movement and lightness.
Wonderfully soft and squishy, the New England grown and spun fiber is 50% Romeldale wool / 50% fine grade alpaca.
28” wide by 72” long, plus 3” of hand twisted fringes. Weighs 8 ounces.
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