This 8-shaft undulating twill pattern scarf is made of tencel, a wood cellulose fiber from eucalyptus trees. It has a beautiful, silk-like drape.
7.75" by 60" plus 3" fringe
This green scarf with twisted fringe has a cotton warp (the lengthwise yarns held in tension on a loom) and the weft is multi-colored variable textured wool.
Dimensions are 6.5" by 45", without the fringe. $75
This 8-shaft super soft cotton baby blanket with variable pastel colored warp and pink weft is just waiting to swaddle a new baby.
This scarf has a soft wool gray warp and weft of multi-colored variable textured wool.
This colorful scarf is made of cotton and silk. I modified the four shafts pattern to show-off the beautiful colors.
Dimensions are 6.5" by 58" plus 4" fringe. $75
Sally's interest in anything to do with yarn began at age nine when her family's Norwegian au pair taught her how to knit. An introductory class at the Weavers Guild of Minnesota began her journey with weaving. Her first loom was a 100 year old 4 shaft Danish loom that Paul found for sale in someone's attic and restored it to working condition. She now weaves on an eight harness loom, experimenting with various techniques and yarns from around the world.
Sally is attracted to weaving because it is a traditional fiber art that creates useful and beautiful things. Her first project years ago was a scarf that she still wears 30 years later. Now she still enjoys making scarves, but also makes baby blankets, shawls, placemats and table runners.
Sally uses mostly natural fibers such as alpaca wool, silk, cotton and tencel.