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Booth overview

In the creases of a full life I have found my way back to making beyond homemaking. With every pass of my shuttle I feel the joy of setting something small in it’s place toward a greater whole. No matter how knotted up the world can seem, weaving always makes sense.

I love to bring together varied fibers and textures to create pieces that are both beautiful and functional. I am also available for custom handwoven and hand drawn work.

All items are handwoven and handmade by me with my trusty loom, and small children and animals running about. All items come from a non-smoking, pet-friendly humble home in Louisville, Kentucky. You may also notice some items contain cashmere fiber from one of our backyard nigora goats; Wally, Boon, Merlin and Betty.

If you have any questions, comments or inquiries about other offerings, please reach out!

Some fibers I use that may be unfamiliar:
Many fibers are being made from now from new sources. they are a joy to dye and I use them often. These include seacell (kelp),
milk, rose, peppermint, banana, green tea, aloe and bamboo. They all feel and act much like silk and are basically derivatives of rayon.

I do have bought cashmere yarn, but also use cashmere inlay, technically not from Cashmere goats, but from Nigoras, a cross between Angora and Nigerian Dwarf Goats. I own four and harvest their beautiful down undercoat each spring. rather than spinning after washing and carding I do inlay work with it in many weavings. It’s indistinguishable from “official” cashmere. Pictures and more information about my pretty little herd can be found on my website,

Shipping policy

It can be difficult to find the right fit online, particularly with unique handmade goods. I hope that people will love what they buy and I am confident in the quality of my work. I will accept reasonable returns once per customer; unworn, unwashed and within 10 days of receipt. I can send a $5 return shipping refund, but as a small, home-run business am not set up to to do more.

Return policy

Refunds available: See booth/item description for details

Seller coupons & discounts

Shipping discount: Shipping weights of all items added together for savings.

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