Handwoven Goods

Weaving is an ancient process by which yarns, threads or other materials are interlaced in a perpendicular fashion in order to make fabric. Natural fibres like cotton, linen, wool and silk, as well as synthetic fibres, are well suited and often used in handwoven goods.

There are other methods, but generally the weaving process involves planning (what to make, size, pattern, etc.), selecting yarns, winding a warp, dressing the loom (winding on the warp, setting up and threading), actually weaving, and finishing the woven product.

I produce all of the following items for sale, as well as custom orders: placemats, runners, napkins, tea towels, tablecloths, blankets, scarves, cushion covers, shawls, and yard goods (fabric) for apparel and household items. To see examples of my recent work, visit my Gallery.

If you would like to place an order or view my current stock, please email me at marilyn@wildwoodweaver.ca. Check back frequently or follow me on Twitter to learn when my new shop will open.